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Meaghan Mackey 5h
Lots of things in the works for the one year anniversary of the next week 🎥
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Lizzie Johnson Dec 5
Replying to @lizziejohnsonnn
Over 150 hellish minutes, death would stalk the people trapped within the in Redding. Some would forge narrow escapes. Some would become heroes. Some wouldn’t live through the night.
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Chris Dicus Mar 14
Secondary can follow a . At the near , runoff from the burned area caused a culvert to fail and now a well-traveled bridge is rendered worthless. ⁦
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Lizzie Johnson Dec 5
Replying to @lizziejohnsonnn
“I don’t know how long I can last. I need to get out of here.” “If you can, get out safely, OK?” “I can’t. It’s all on fire around me. Don’t risk anybody’s life for mine.”
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Lizzie Johnson Jan 9
The President's tweet comes following the deaths of six firefighters and 94 civilians during last year's forest fires. And worst of these fires aren't even in forests: — : Redding, 2018 — : Paradise, 2018 — : Santa Rosa, 2017
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San Francisco Chronicle Jan 15
150 Minutes of Hell: Death and survival in the path of a fire tornado. tells the story of the terrifying twister that stormed Redding in July:
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Julian Dürr 16h
Please join me and the CVHS Publishing Club at Barnes & Noble next Friday, July 26th, at 6:00pm to showcase our book “Red Flag Day” in honor of those affected by the Northern Fires. PLEASE SHARE
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Audrey Cooper Dec 5
This summer’s in Redding birthed a terrifying meteorological phenomenon: a . There are special stories and *special* stories. This one is the latter — and worth your time.
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TinselTits McGhee Dec 2
My Daddy - he passed in 2011 - and his workshop, which was destroyed by the a few months ago on July 27th. In 1995, I bought a house 1 minute from the house I was raised in, so I can still "go home" whenever I want. 😊
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Shasta Regional CF May 23
Shout out for a donation to from HotShots, local USFS firefighters who wanted to donate part of the proceeds from their Spring Golf Tournament towards recovery. "Many of us live in and love this community and wanted to give back." We say thank YOU!!!
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Redding Birds Apr 7
An island of surrounded by charred trees from the and
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Dolores Dec 18
California knew the could happen. It failed to prevent it.
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Brianna Sacks Jan 9
Replying to @CAL_FIRE
In July, the swarmed Redding and created its own weather: a fire tornado chief Greg Bertelli said he stared noticing fires changing and becoming more extreme in 2012, right in the middle of the driest period in state history-Global warming exacerbates drought
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karen foshay May 16
It’s been 9 months since the and the devastation extends for miles. It’s my first time in this region of California. Some communities up here were just wiped away by the fires. Their stories don’t get enough attention.
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Rob Elvington WAAY 31 Jan 30
Aerial ignition through dense fuels released a tremendous amount of heating. That heat broke the cap to form this massive pyrocumulus which lead to the EF3 equivalent fire tornado.
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Rob Elvington WAAY 31 Jan 30
Hydraulic jump and heating helped initiate vortex. Of course ⁦⁩ researched showed the sudden stretching of the air column from pyro formation also concentrated the vorticity.
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Shay Arthur Jun 20
Whiskeytown Lake 💙 Still beautiful even after the devastation
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Madison Meyer Jan 30
There was a standing ovation for first responders and firefighters during the first quarter of the game. chiefs were also recognized for their leadership and service during the and
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Sejal Dhruva Naik Apr 22
One of the best pictures I've received: construction has begun on my parents' new dream home in ! :) With each step, the is a thing of the past.
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ReddingHouseOfSevenCherries May 30
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