From across the rachel says, "there are southern oregonians on every aspect of the firefight...from the fire line...to delivering donations to the victims."
Bryan wallis arrived in california last monday...and has driven thousands of miles...and counting ...bringing donations to people who need them.
They deliver bulk items... but also care kits.
Bryan says, "gloves cough drops mask for people to breathe eyedrops hand sanitizer handy wipes trashbags."
He spends most of his day driving...or loading and unloading trucks.
More than 12 hundred red cross volunteers are helping across california because of the fires.
There are 20 volunteers from oregon and southwest washington on the camp fire specifically.
Bryan says he's glad he could make the trip south to help those in need.
Bryan says, "i mean i get to execute the generosity of guardian angels and the company of heroes."
Rachel says, "if you want to get involved in the red cross to help with the camp fire, just head to our website, kdrv.com.
In oroville, rachel tiede, newswatch 12.
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