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Evacuating disabled people from Kincade fire with power out, winds howling

PETALUMA, Calif. - Heather Deghi oversees a care facility for disabled people in Windsor. When the Kincade fire broke out, she anticipated possible evacuations, similar to what she went through during the Tubbs fire just two years ago.

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