BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The Butte County Sheriff's Office has released body cam footage from a deputy in Paradise the morning the Camp Fire broke out.
Deputy Aaron Parmley was driving on Pentz Road in Paradise, attempting to locate four nurses from the Feather River Hospital who needed help evacuating.
His car became disabled, forcing him to get out and continue on foot.
He activated his body-worn camera in hopes of capturing what he thought were going to be the last moments of his life.
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