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Firefighters battling California fires

A firefighter was robbed while battling
the fires in Northern California
by Nathan'ette Burdine: August 24, 2020

A firefighter became part of the unlucky few after a human decided that going into the fire to steal his wallet, out of the firetruck, is the best thing for him to do.

The firefighter was battling fires in the CZU Lightning Complex in the Santa Cruz Mountains in Northern California on the day that he went back to his truck and saw that his wallet, with all of his credit cards and money in it, was gone.

Recognizing that his wallet wasn’t where he’d left it, the firefighter most likely begin a back ‘n’ forth between checking his pockets and in between the seats and glove department of his truck: “Where’s my wallet. I left it right here in the glove department. I know I didn’t take it with me up the hill. Maybe it fell down here in between the seats.”

Seeing that his wallet was nowhere to be found, the firefighter most likely got in his truck, cranked it up, and headed to a safe place that was far away from the cloud of smoke coming up from the ring of fire encircling Northern California.

The ring of fire is a biggun! It’s one of the biggest fires California has ever had. The ring of fire has taken up more than 500 square miles of space. It’s engulfed 845 houses and buildings and claimed 5 lives.

The triple digit temperatures, low to no humidity, and wind gusting up to 65 mph has not only caused the National Weather Service to put everybody in that area in the “red flag” alert category, but it also ensures that the 17% of fire that is contained will decrease before it increases; which means the fire could easily become the biggest fire that California has ever had. 

Now, add that fact along with the bank’s automated voice system telling you that your bank account is as clean as a whistle. That’ll put you on 100, which the firefighter was on.

After finding out that all of his money was gone, the firefighter called the police. He let them know there is a low down dirty scalawag son of a dog who is running into the fires to steal from the firefighters who are putting out the fires.

Folks, stop and think about that for a moment. There are a group of humans whose instincts tells them to run into the fire to steal and not away from it so they can live. That’s just nonsensical. But, there are folks like that.

As a matter of fact, the sheriff says there has been an increase in the number of folks running into the fires in order to steal from the folks who are running away from the fires.

The situation has gotten so bad that the sheriff has sent 100 officers to man the streets and arrest anybody roaming around in areas where they have no business being.

“What we’re hearing from the community is that there’s a lot of looting going on…I can’t imagine a bigger low-life…the DA is going to hammer him,” is what the Associated Press folks say that Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart said.

It’s true. Santa Cruz County District Attorney Jeff Roswell is going to put that legal fire on the “absolutely soulless” humans who think that going into the fire to steal is the best thing for them to do.


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