California wildfires survivor’s tearful account of escape – BBC News
California wildfires survivor’s tearful account of escape – BBC News I feel like as soon as I can get back up there and go through my Rebel, which I will do. I will go through my Rubble. I feel like you know where that’s at it’s a Hardy group of people up on that mountain and some of those people have been up there there 30 years or more. The whole lives – and you know we’re very resilient and the community as a whole is amazing and it may take some time, but I really do think that will rebuild A survivor of the Californian wildfires, which have killed at least 42 people, has told the BBC of her escape.
Sorrell Bobrink, whose neighbourhood has been completely destroyed, fled the town of Paradise with her son and pets.
She described a journey through roads surrounded by flames and feelings of chaos and shock at how quick the fire took over.
Dozens of people remain missing as California continues to burn.
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At least 6,607 residences have been destroyed in the county along with 1,032 commercial and other structures.