Firefighters from San Francisco Fire Department were deployed to help fight the Kincade Fire, which has now burned 74,000 acres in Sonoma County.
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Video taken through the windshield was recorded at 3 am Monday, as the crew headed straight into the fire. As they drive down a dark, narrow road against a burning hillside, embers and smoke bombard their windshield.
In the middle of the night, they twist and turn down the curvy, two-lane road, inches away from spreading flames.
Front windshield view of what our #Firefighters were faced with this morning (3am). We appreciate their complete dedication to the task of protecting lives and property. #KincadeFire @IAFFNewsDesk @team10th #nosleep #sffd #sffire #firelife #wildland pic.twitter.com/Dlpf9P8Zdl— San Francisco Firefighters 798 (@SFFFLocal798) October 29, 2019
"We appreciate their complete dedication to the task of protecting lives and property," the tweet from San Francisco Firefighters 798 says.
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