SANTA ROSA, Calif. — When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL.
“You don’t even see a resemblance of what it used to be,” said wildfire survivor Natasha Wallace. “Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles.”
Wallace, a Santa Rosa Junior College soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate.
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