Police Officer Saves Baby Deer From California Wildfires
August 1, 2018
A California highway patrolman saved a baby deer from the Carr fires in Redding on Saturday, and was rewarded with a kiss.
Credit: Official CHP Twitter
"City cops in the country! SF CHP deployed to the #CARR fires in Redding. Not sure we know what we’re doing in this pic but baby deer pulled from fires and turned over to rescue org. God speed @CAL_FIRE and all other agencies providing mutual aid. You are truly the Bravest," the law enforcement agency tweeted.
California Highway Patrols across California have deployed officers to help California residents evacuate from the fires.
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