SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) -- It was a tense morning on Monday as the fast-moving wildfire forced Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa to evacuate.
ABC7's Amy Hollyfield was live as a patient was wheeled out by nurses wearing masks while flames were visible behind them.
In a statement, officials said the evacuation of approximately 130 patients from their medical center was successfully completed by 6 a.m. The majority of patients were taken to Kaiser in San Rafael.
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