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Orland Man Helps Carr Fire Victims Evacuate Livestock

An Orland man is helping victims of the Carr Fire using his own money and his own transportation during times of need.

Posted: Jul 30, 2018 6:02 AM
Updated: Jul 30, 2018 7:34 AM

ORLAND, Calif. - An Orland man is helping victims of the Carr Fire using his own money and his own transportation during times of need.


Sandate is the owner of LHS Livestock Hauling in Orland, where he's been offering help to people who need their livestock evacuated.

Facebook: LHS Livestock Hauling


According to the company's Facebook page, they have two trucks and trailers that are able to be used free of charge.


Anyone who needs help with livestock evacuations can call 530-936-4137.

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