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SAN BERNARDINO >> As if four years of drought, thousands of acres of decades-old brush and more than 25,000 acres up in smoke weren’t enough for entrenched fire crews, Southern California’s first major wildfire of the year brought a man-made hazard to the skies that could have cost lives: Drones. 

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Inspirational Quotes

... all of a sudden you realize how much you lost. Everything was gone and until I see it coming back, I didn't really realize the loss that we had had, it was 40 years of memories that are gone, 40 years of some things we'll never get back again. But yet I still feel that we're blessed to be in this place. It's just your heart aches for those things that you've lost.

Pamela Muntz,  Greenburg KS Resident, Episode 4; Greensburg

Testimonials

Thank you so much for all you did. You helped us so much. You were a bright spot in a terrible event.

Witch Creek Fire Survivor, 2007