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The girl left the fire on a bike with a 30-kilogram dog in a backpack


Source: Fox 40

California resident Natasha Wallace was one of the many residents of the deadly forest fire impact zone that destroyed the state north a week ago, writes Fox 40.


Wallace, a football team player from Santa Rosa College, said that she was returning home after studying through the city around two o'clock in the morning when she saw fire from the highway. She instantly realized that the flames were going to her house, where the 4-year-old Pitbull Bentley remained.

“I would never part with a dog. Never. - says Natasha. "Go or die, literally." She rushed home and put the Bentley, who weighs about 70 pounds (31 kilograms), in the car and was about to leave when she saw a huge traffic jam. The flames moved faster than machines. The girl was not at a loss and returned home, where she took a motorcycle, not forgetting to grab a duffel bag to transport the dog: “I told him - guy, this is serious, you should just sit in the bag”.

After that, Wallace rode a few miles on her bike with a heavy dog ​​behind her back, until she left the fire zone. At some point, the driver of the truck noticed this couple and took them on board, taking them to their destination. Natasha Wallace organized a fund GoFundMeto help victims of california fires.

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