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Fire Walking: The Body Cam of Deputy Aaron Parmley

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  • RosalindJ December 1, 2018, 11:31 AM

    G-d. It moves like a blizzard of snow, but it’s on fire.
    A thousand thanks to everyone who worked so hard to get people out.

  • Kerry December 1, 2018, 4:10 PM

    It really is one of those scenarios where if someone didn’t film it, you wouldn’t believe it, because it’s just so overwhelming.

  • lynne December 1, 2018, 11:33 PM

    A realistic picture of Hell on Earth, Gerard. Thank God that most people escaped. And that you escaped.

  • Adrienne Jacoby December 3, 2018, 10:28 AM

    On Sunday, November 4, five days before the Camp Fire, I had occasion to be in Paradise. Both of my children were born there in a small hospital that was licensed for ob/gyn before Feather River Sanatarium became a full service hospital. I drove by the little hospital which had become a nursing home. I took pictures. Four days later all was gone. That brings the fragility of life pretty up close and personal. .. . but not nearly as personal as the body cam footage. Even though I had been evacuated less than a month prior to this event by the Carr Fire a few miles to the north, nothing I experienced came close to the immediacy of that footage.

  • Mac December 9, 2018, 1:51 AM

    That video looks like a slice of time taken from entering the vestibule of Hell to walking toward one of the darker corners.