The horse he wrote was all caught up in the poo

first_imgThe horse, he wrote, “was all caught up in the pool cover but her being suspended by it prevented her from drowning. We scrambled to unhook the pool cover and pulled her to the shallow end where we guided her up the steps. “ “She got out, shook off, loved on us for a few minutes as a thank you and walked off assuring us that she was OK,” Hill explained.The Camp Fire, which has ravaged Butte County located north of Sacramento, has left at least 48 people dead and has scorched thousands of acres. Last week, a fire official said the blaze totally destroyed the city of Paradise.Some 52,000 people evacuated the area, CBS News reported.“I want to tell you, though, this is a very, very difficult process,” Butte County Sheriff and Coroner Kory L. Honea told CNN. “There’s certainly the unfortunate possibility that even after we search an area, once we get people back in there, it’s possible that human remains can be found.”On Nov. 14, officials said that approximately 100 military police will join teams searching for Camp Fire survivors, the BBC reported. So far, crews have contained just 35 percent of the fire.Dozens of people are still missing.Meanwhile, some residents filed a lawsuit against Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), alleging the company was negligent and caused the fire (pdf).In Southern California, the Woolsey and Hill fires have killed at least two people and prompted tens of thousands of evacuations. QualityAuto 360p240pRewind 10 SecondsNext UpLive00:0000:0000:00ChromecastClosed CaptionsSettingsFullscreen  click to watch video Share  LINKEDINPINTERESTREDDITTUMBLRSTUMBLEUPON   A man discovered a horse that was “shivering uncontrollably” after hiding in a pool to escape the devastating Camp Fire in Paradise, California.“As I was checking to see if someone’s house was standing we stumbled upon this [horse] who had given up and had the look of defeat in her eyes. There’s no telling how long she was there but she was shivering uncontrollably and ultimately lost her fight,” wrote Jeff Hill of Paradise on Facebook. US News Share this article Horse Rescued After Hiding in Pool to Survive California Fire By Jack Phillips November 14, 2018 Updated: November 14, 2018 Show Discussionlast_img

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