This is a picture in Ukraine it’s looks like our American Towns after our recent Wildfires
A wildfire in Nor Cal Yesterday on March 1st
Americans in grid during wildfire sometime die
Ukrainian exiting looks like our wildfire exiting
This wildfire looks like a bomb went off
American Cities getting destroyed from wildfires has to end now.
In village streets, city basements and train stations, the faces of Ukrainians reflected the steep emotional toll a week into Russian's invasion of their country.
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Fire Defense Commentary
March 3, 2022
MFB Threats American Wildfires Like A War And We Are Out To Educate And Equip Property Owners To Defend Themselves Before They Arrive So They Can Evacuate Early With Hopes Of Saving Their Valuables
With all due respect what families in Ukrainian are experiencing during their evacuation in leaving their homes and belongings behind is similar to what families here in America recently experienced leaving their homes and belongings behind during wildfire events. With the recent threat of arson activity it’s time we treat wildfires like an enemy of War and get Locked-N-Loaded™ ahead of what is coming. Our brave firefighters are stretched thin during multiple events so it's our job now to pre defend with more than just trimming dry vegitation
Fire officials probing series of ‘suspicious’ fires in west Sonoma County Please read
Fire officials are investigating a series of six “suspicious” blazes that have ignited in remote, forested terrain around Monte Rio over the past month, including two fires Tuesday that blanketed the lower Russian River community in smoke, according to Monte Rio Fire Chief Steve Baxman.
We need FEMA Support now in threatened wildfire communities so we can get all American homes ready and Locked-N-Loaded™.