Hundred of Californians are now missing in the wildfire’s that just keep raging. People have been given minutes to escape in some cases. The roommates you’ll hear in the video below are shocked they got no warning to leave their home. They were close to not being able to escape when they jumped in their car to leave. The video is intense but shows you what some of the people have had to endure in trying to quickly escape…
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Terrifying footage shows two men defy death as they crossed through the hellish Cascade wildfire raging in California.

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Mike Vien and his roommate had minutes to escape the fire that rushed towards their home in Loma Rica.

The night was lit in a toxic orange glow and their main escape route was blocked by the fast-approaching fire.
‘We’re going to f*****g die dude, we gotta get out of here,’ Mike exclaimed as the wind drove burning embers down mercilessly on top of them.
He caught their harrowing escape on camera as they battled though the blaze and narrowly avoided death.

Mike jumped out of their vehicle to open a gate guarding a smoke-obscured road in the terrifying footage.
‘I can’t breath,’ he said as the wind hurled millions of burning embers all around him.
He gasped for air as he finally forced his way back into the vehicle.

‘You’ll be all right, we’ve got this,’ his roommate, who was driving said encouragingly.

They drove through a fire-eaten landscape as skeletal trees were consumed by the hungry flames and burning debris rained down on the vehicle.

‘My eyes are burning man but we’ve still got oxygen,’ they said as they drove through the fire-ravaged neighbourhood.

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The fire rages on…

 

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