A massive volume of debris has been removed from the Fawn Fire zone. All 58 homes and properties enrolled in the state’s Consolidated Debris Removal Program have been cleared of burned metal, concrete, ash and contaminated materials. State contractors hauled away 16,520 tons of debris generated by the Fawn Fire. Contractors also felled 9,432 trees that had been considered hazardous. The property owners incurred no direct costs for the cleanup, according to the State Office of Emergency Services. Statewide, more than 350,000 tons of debris and 23,500 fire damaged trees have been removed from last year’s fires.