My condolences as well. It's not something you'd wish to go through. Hopefully there will not also be flooding and mudslide issues as well later.
FWIW, it's the 5 year anniversary of the Missionary Ridge fire here that consumed 56 homes, 27 outbuildings and 73,000 acres after a low snow year and continual drought. Plus a 'smaller' Valley Fire consumed about a dozen homes. Everything was crunchy dry, hot and scary for the month leading up to the start of the fire. (I was concerned even a spark from a chain ring hitting a rock and starting a fire was a real possibility.) There were also several other Colorado Wildfires
and at least one huge one in Arizona just prior that year.
Be careful in dry areas. Even a seemingly innocent act like driving or parking a vehicle with a hot catalytic converter
on dry grasses or leaves can wreak havoc. I hope this isn't just the beginning of another devastating fire season. Here's some Evacuation Procedures