People scrambling to escape the flames but not their humanity

ABC News' David Muir shares stories of people coming together during the wildfires.
3:00 | 12/07/17

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Finally tonight the strengths of the people here. Ritual lipscomb just eleven for precious books gone. The fierce flames threatening ranches too frightened horses led to safety. And there is relief tonight for one Los Angeles family LE PD officer take him rescuing their cat. Judy Hoffman Sanders had no choice but to watch as are shadow hills home was consumed overcome. She hugs a firefighter. One of thousands in Southern California risking their lives to save the homes here. But this community is grateful it. A dose sisters we met here Hannah and Hayley telling me why they're thinking of the firefighters coming yeah. I like to do. Yeah. I'm David you are I hope you see right here tomorrow night.

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