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  • Sacramento Fire prepares water rescue team to head to Hurricane Harvey

    On Aug. 27, the Sacramento Fire Department sent a team of 14 swift water rescue officers from their Urban Search and Rescue Team to Hurricane Harvey. The crews will drive 2,000 miles to Texas to help with the rescue efforts during the intense flooding caused by the storm.

On Aug. 27, the Sacramento Fire Department sent a team of 14 swift water rescue officers from their Urban Search and Rescue Team to Hurricane Harvey. The crews will drive 2,000 miles to Texas to help with the rescue efforts during the intense flooding caused by the storm. Sacramento Fire Department
On Aug. 27, the Sacramento Fire Department sent a team of 14 swift water rescue officers from their Urban Search and Rescue Team to Hurricane Harvey. The crews will drive 2,000 miles to Texas to help with the rescue efforts during the intense flooding caused by the storm. Sacramento Fire Department

California sends aid for Hurricane Harvey disaster relief

August 27, 2017 4:17 PM

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