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  • Video: Aftermath of the Valley Fire in Anderson Springs

    Residents of Anderson Springs, which was devastated by the Valley fire, cope with the massive losses of lives, homes, pets and precious belongings. Miraculously, some homes were spared: "Our house was there. I don't know how. I dropped to my knees and praised God," says Sheila Roseneau.

Video: Aftermath of the Valley Fire in Anderson Springs

Residents of Anderson Springs, which was devastated by the Valley fire, cope with the massive losses of lives, homes, pets and precious belongings. Miraculously, some homes were spared: "Our house was there. I don't know how. I dropped to my knees and praised God," says Sheila Roseneau.