A storm that hit California knocked a redwood tree down on a house, killing a baby inside, a Sonoma County firefighter told news outlets.
A tree destabilized by wind and heavy rain, fell home Fire Chief Ron Runaldi told KRON at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 5 at Occidental.
“When I first arrived on the scene, a desperate father came out of the house. hold a childhe was covered in debris and said, ‘My child isn’t breathing,'” Runaldi told KPIX.
Runaldi told KTVU it rescued the crew could not revive Children 1 to 2 years old. He did not hurt the baby’s mother and father.
other fallen tree on the road The Press Democrat reported that they prevented firefighters from reaching the house.
“People’s emotions are much higher whenever you’re in a situation like this, especially with children,” Lunardi told KPIX. There are many.”
Occidental is a community of 1,100 people located about 15 miles west of Santa Rosa on the Northern California coast.
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