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At least 17 people have been confirmed dead in the devastating wildfires raging in California —including a couple who died together after having been married for 75 years. Charles Rippey, 100, and Sara Rippey, 98, died Sunday night when a fast-moving wildfire engulfed their Napa County home. Mike Rippey, the oldest of their five children, tells ABC that his mother was paralyzed from a stroke years earlier and would never have made it out.
He says his father died about halfway to her room but "even if he had made it, there was no way he was gonna leave her. So neither one of them was getting out." "They lived a long life," he says. "It was a great life and they were happy right up until the last minute." In other developments:
Rippey, 71, said he and his siblings couldn’t imagine how either parent would have navigated life if just one had survived the flames. “We knew there’s no way they would ever be happy, whoever was the last one. So they went together, and that’s the way it worked,” he said stoically.
originally posted by: intrptr
The thing that amazed me most about some of the devastated areas is the trees are still standing
Trees are neutral and pro-NWO because surveillance devices can be attached to them.
The thing that amazed me most about some of the devastated areas is the trees are still standing, even with leaves on their branches. The houses though are just gone. Little left but rubble and ash. Materials used in construction are super flammable.