Tragedy, survival and hope amid the ruins at Napa's pet cemetery

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The owner of one of the largest pet cemeteries in the nation is vowing to rebuild after part of the property was destroyed by the Atlas fire on the morning of October 9th.

The owner of one of the largest pet cemeteries in the nation is vowing to rebuild after part of the property was destroyed by the Atlas Fire on the morning of October 9th.

The grounds of Bubbling Well Pet Memorial Park in Napa survived the flames but several buildings were destroyed, including the home of the owner, Dan Harberts.

Harberts and his wife barely escaped the flames. They were airlifted out of Atlas Peak Road by a California Highway Patrol helicopter.

But they had to leave their pet dog, Drake, behind.

Watch the video to see how the story unfolded.

Click here for full coverage on the North Bay fires and click here for more information about Bubbling Well Pet Memorial Park.

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