Crane operator fired for taking insensitive photos on properties ruined by Camp Fire

The workers posed with items left on the damaged properties and posted them to social media.
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Transcript for Crane operator fired for taking insensitive photos on properties ruined by Camp Fire
Workers hired to remove debris from the campfire have been removed themselves. A crane operator in two buddies posted photos on social media making fun of the wildfire devastation the even included a dead cat. The town of paradise in May ended they'd be fired and they were. Paradise also says it may be seeking criminal charges. Song which people. Turning now to a health alert about teens and draping a new study finds 21%. Of high school students. Are using. This was a largest one year increase of any substance in the servings 44 year history. The study found alcohol and opiate use is down.

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