2-year-old girl serves thank-you breakfast to tired firefighters battling California wildfires

Two-year-old Gracie Lutz melted hearts as she went around giving breakfast to firefighters who are battling wildfires in California.

Her mother, Chelsey, captured her daughter's kindness in a video which she posted to Facebook on August 30, 2018.

"Feeding these guys a warm breakfast," Chelsey captioned the heart-warming video.

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Chelsey's mother made the breakfast for the firefighters. Chelsey and Gracie took on the task of handing out the meals at the local fairgrounds, where the overnight firefighting crew was just coming off their shift.

Little Gracie handed out the breakfast burritos wearing a red dress and a pair of cute rain boots.

Gracie's sweet gesture lit up the faces of the exhausted firefighters.

The video has been viewed more than 300,000 times and shared more than 5,000 times.

"So very sweet! Her parents are awesome too!" commented Farnaz Farahani.

"This [is] is so cute [it] put a smile on my face," wrote Chelsey Lynn Coble.

The fast-moving wildfires scorching California has killed at least eight people and destroyed more than 1,000 homes and businesses, as reported by TIME.

Firefighters are scrambling to put out the flames of 18 active wildfires, which are threatening communities from Redding in Northern California to Riverside County in Southern California.

Over the past week, the Carr Fire in Redding has burned through 112,888 acres. It's the state's biggest wildfire.

Three firefighters have been killed while battling the blaze. The wildfires have also claimed the lives of a civilian bulldozer operator and a great-grandmother and her great-grandchildren.

Firefighters are struggling to contain some of the wildfires as these were burning in mountainous areas.

A wildfire is an unplanned fire that burns in a natural area such as a forest, grassland, or praire. They are often caused by humans or lightning.

Wildfires cost the U.S. Federal Government billions of dollars each year.