Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles The reality is is that it was November 8th and we hadn't had any kind of significant rain. It had always rain before trick or treating right. And now and now we're in these patterns here where we don't see rain until, you know into November. That morning the wind cranked up and you know, you're kind of waiting like what's coming next. In this particular case, it was a fire eight miles away, throwing up a column full of members. And shark is black, a xcom smoke I've ever seen, and then a 40 mile an hour wind taking that over the top of paradise in perfect alignment and dropping it on the town of parodies. And so it really was the perfect storm. We lost 100 some 1000 acres of land. There was multiple fires burning for at least a week, probably more. We just try to say what we could save and help people along the way is about all we could do. It didn't matter if we had 1000 fire engines lined up on the ridge that day. This was going to happen. Everything lined up perfectly that day for this to happen.