What a Survivor of the Woolsey Fire Wants You to Know

This has been the most destructive wildfire season on record in California. At time of writing, the Camp Fire in Northern California was fully contained and had burned more than 150,000 acres, killing 88 people with nearly 158 people unaccounted for. To the south, the Woolsey Fire, also 100 percent contained, burned nearly 10,000 acres and killed three people—rain is expected to now hit the area, bringing with it possible mudslides.


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