Sep 14, 2015

Driver’s Video Shows Harrowing Escape From Massive Valley Fire in Lake County | KTLA

A resident of a small rural community in Lake County recorded harrowing video Saturday evening while driving to escape the Valley Fire, which has consumed 50,000 acres and injured four firefighters...

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