The smell was sickening. The sight was worse.
Artifacts of everyday life and ash were all that were left at the houses unlucky enough to be in the path of the Angora fire.
"Oh, my God, the complete devastation," said East Fork Fire District Chief Tod Carlini, who has been a firefighter for more than 30 years. "The news reports about the loss of structures don't even come close to seeing actually what's been destroyed. It's the most devastating fire situation I have ever seen. It's just incredible."
Around 200 structures have been destroyed with preliminary damage estimates at $100 …