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Making sense of so much loss

From Lizzie Johnson at the San Francisco Chronicle:

He hadn’t realized what the Camp Fire would turn into when his day began, a text pinging on his cell phone at 9:25 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8. “We are all requested to deploy,” said his boss, lead chaplain Ed Hall.

By the time Carr reached his first stop, Butte College in Oroville, the Camp Fire had been raging for four hours, killing dozens of people and flattening thousands of homes in Paradise and surrounding towns. But as a volunteer chaplain for the Butte County Sheriff’s Office, Carr’s specialty was not disaster, but the aftermath.

Read more at the Chronicle.