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    In a Facebook post accompanying a video and pictures, Placer County Sheriff's Office had this to say about responding to the north Auburn area for a small brush fire that had been caused by a car on Sunday morning: "Upon arrival off of Bell Road, near Gambah Drive, deputies located an intoxicated male attempting to drive a Subaru Impreza through a dirt cattle road. He had started the brush fire when one of his car tires was ripped from the axle. The Placer County Sheriff's Office would like to remind everyone to not drink and drive, because no sober person would believe a lowered Impreza could travel through a cattle field."

In a Facebook post accompanying a video and pictures, Placer County Sheriff's Office had this to say about responding to the north Auburn area for a small brush fire that had been caused by a car on Sunday morning: "Upon arrival off of Bell Road, near Gambah Drive, deputies located an intoxicated male attempting to drive a Subaru Impreza through a dirt cattle road. He had started the brush fire when one of his car tires was ripped from the axle. The Placer County Sheriff's Office would like to remind everyone to not drink and drive, because no sober person would believe a lowered Impreza could travel through a cattle field." Placer County Sheriff's Office
In a Facebook post accompanying a video and pictures, Placer County Sheriff's Office had this to say about responding to the north Auburn area for a small brush fire that had been caused by a car on Sunday morning: "Upon arrival off of Bell Road, near Gambah Drive, deputies located an intoxicated male attempting to drive a Subaru Impreza through a dirt cattle road. He had started the brush fire when one of his car tires was ripped from the axle. The Placer County Sheriff's Office would like to remind everyone to not drink and drive, because no sober person would believe a lowered Impreza could travel through a cattle field." Placer County Sheriff's Office
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