California Fires: ‘Alaskan Bush People’ Family Give Update on ‘Raging’ Wildfires by Their Property

by Halle Ames
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The family of the stars of Discovery’s “Alaskan Bush People” gave fans a reassuring update about their family after reports of wildfires near their home in Okanogan County, Washington.

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Family members such as Noah and wife Rhain Brown, as well as Rain, Bear, and Snowbird Brown spoke on their social media accounts Monday. “On August 18, a wildfire broke out near the Brown family’s land. The family is safe, but the fire is still raging. Everybody made it out completely safe. We are all totally good.”

The family then added their praises to the firefighters and first responders that are working hard to keep everyone safe during this time.

Sister, Rain continued saying, “Our hearts and prayers are with everybody going through times like these with us. Make sure you reach out and do what you can where you can.”

The family concluded with all speaking in unison, saying, “God bless, and everyone stay safe.”

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Tell Followers How They Can Help

They also added a link to the American Red Cross to inform viewers on how they can help.

Their Instagram account, “alaskanbushppl,” has over 172 thousand followers. The video already has 67,109 views and 339 comments.

Updates on the Palmer Fire

The Palmer Fire started on August 18 when The Department of Natural Resources responded to a fire on Washburn Lake Road.

Evacuations are still ongoing in Okanogan County, an area along the Washington and Canada border. As of Tuesday, the local fire department reported battling the fire that has already burned more than 17,700 acres and is at 49 percent containment.

According to Northwest Incident Management Team 6, gusts of winds made it difficult for the fire departments involved, but contingency lines were unwavering. The fire didn’t reveal any significant growth.

Officials are hoping to have the blaze fully contained by tomorrow.

[H/T Fox News]

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