California family thank firefighters who saved American flag from home in Coastal Fire

A California household is thanking firefighters who saved their U.S. flag and 9/11 mug cup from their dwelling that was destroyed by the Coastal Fireplace.

After the evacuation order was lifted, the Strohman household discovered that a number of of their beneficial belongings had been saved whereas their dwelling was destroyed within the fireplace, according to FOX 11.

“We’re very patriotic,” Terri Strohman mentioned whereas holding the flag. 

Strohman mentioned that the patriotic objects saved from the hearth are a “signal.”

She mentioned that the household will rebuild their dwelling sometime.

In line with the Orange County Fireplace Authority, the Coastal Fireplace has destroyed not less than 20 properties and broken not less than 11 others.

The hearth happened in the neighborhood of Laguna Niguel and unfold to over 200 acres at one level.

The hearth’s trigger is below investigation, and Southern California Edison mentioned that unspecified electrical “circuit exercise” occurred across the identical timeframe when the hearth broke out.

Terri Strohman
Terri Strohman was glad to see Firefighters had managed to save lots of her household’s American flag from their home that burned down within the Coastal Fireplace.
Fox 11
9/11 mug
Firefighters additionally managed to save lots of the household’s 9/11 mug.
Fox 11
Coastal fire
The Orange County Fireplace Authority says the Coastal Fireplace has destroyed not less than 20 properties.
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