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Firefighters see a family left with nothing after wildfires and bought 3 trolleys full of food

Rebelander Basilan
Nov 27, 2018
06:19 P.M.
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Firefighters bought three trolleys full of food after seeing a family lose everything to wildfire.

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Four firefighters happened upon Jennifer Hidalgo Fuller and her family at a supplies store, as stated in a Facebook post.

The family was buying supplies to rebuild their home in the wake of the wildfire.

The wildfire in northern California wrought havoc on the mountain town of Paradise and killed at least 85 people.

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On the aisle of the store, Fuller thanked the firefighters for containing the wildfires that have destroyed properties in the state of California.

One of the firefighters asked Fuller if she had lost her house to the wildfire. “Yes,” she said.

Source: Facebook/FrankSomervilleKTVU

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'LUCKY DAY'

She didn’t expect what the firefighter then said. “It’s your lucky day,” he said. “Let’s go to the toy aisle, and mom get what you all need.”

The firefighters filled three shopping carts of items, including toys for the children to play with, and paid for these at the cashier.

Source: Facebook/FrankSomervilleKTVU

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“These firefighters see people at the worst times of their lives, that’s part of their job…they too have hearts…the Milpitas Fire Department shared their kindness with us today and made my children so happy and they finally feel like things WILL BE OK,” Fuller wrote.

“We already are going through so much as is and then we lost our home.  It’s been one trauma after another with our family. There will be a light at the end of the tunnel. Thank you for your generosity!” she added.

Source: Facebook/FrankSomervilleKTVU

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The wildfire in northern California wrought havoc on the mountain town of Paradise and killed at least 85 people.

CELEBRITIES AMONG THOSE AFFECTED

Considered the deadliest blaze in California history, the wildfire started on  November 8 and burned nearly 154,000 acres and destroyed approximately 14,000 homes in and around Paradise.

One of those who lost their house was pop star Miley Cyrus. Other stars affected by the blaze are Martin Sheen, Cher, Kim Kardashian, and Lady Gaga.

Cyrus said she was completely devasted by the fires affecting the community, and even though her home was burnt to ash, she is grateful for being one of the lucky ones.

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