On the night of October 8, 2017, Chuck Stark looked up at the sky above his home in Santa Rosa, California, and noticed it was smoky and a little pink. But, he reasoned, this wasn’t anything atypical considering the wildfires burning miles away. So Stark went to bed. Then, at nearly 2 a.m., he awoke to his dog, Skipper, jumping on his chest and licking his eyelids. When Stark sat up in bed, his phone announced, Wildfire in your area, evacuate immediately.
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