Official statements from the National Wildfire Coordinating Group reported in their incident overview of the Dog Head Fire that 12 single residences and 44 other structures were destroyed by the 17,912-acre fire.
But according to the Torrance County Assessor’s Office, 19 residences that were destroyed by the fire and there could be more.
“We just classified one more that we were able to confirm,” Torrance County Chief Appraiser Nick Sedillo said.
Some of the residences were not full-time residences. There were vacation homes such as cabins among those structures that were destroyed.
“There were probably seven full-time residences that were destroyed in the fire,” Sedillo said.
Torrance County Assessor Betty Cabber said her…