How My Aunt's House Went Up in Flames

Jack Whitling said he tried to prevent fire from gutting his aunt's Escondido, Calif., home, but his efforts were in vain.
0:39 | 05/16/14

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It's just devastation it's irreplaceable they have -- there probably sixty years. That something that can't be replaced -- -- -- it rolled down from Coronado hills. I was in the art two houses down with a garden hose just jump straight. Can do nothing but it just went out. It was it was everywhere is covered with smoke you can -- -- that -- she lost her entire life. It's memories Oliver memories just memories from the house everybody safe and alive you know that's the most important part --

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