To the heroes who saved Lincoln homes |

To the heroes who saved Lincoln homes

It’s hard to know where to start; “thank you” can’t even begin to be enough, to all of the many local firefighters and Calfire, law enforcement and so many other organizations that saved our property, as well as the property of our many neighbors. We witnessed more emergency vehicles, from areas we had never heard of, and all the many vehicles to rescue the animals.

When you look around and see fields that were burned right up to the different structures, all you can say is God bless the person or persons who were here to protect the property.

I don’t remember how many different aircraft were in the air, some with water hoses, others with buckets, and the many planes with the retardant. Everything was so organized, even when you had fires popping up in different areas all at the same time.

You all are heroes in our minds and hearts. We can only hope no one was injured during this fire, and once again thank you so very much. We are so lucky to have fine professional people like you in fire and rescue.

Tex and Linda Musser


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