I'm one of the lucky ones, and oh, how I know it.
In fact I think most of us - the lucky ones - are suffering from a little bit of survivor's guilt. We're the ones whose homes didn't burn down last week. The ones who weren't ordered to evacuate. The ones who didn't suffer from a loss of income as businesses shuttered when the fire drove out 40,000 people from the west side, emptying downtown Redding, which was already struggling to keep its head above water.
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