Local women on cams
“My name is Kisher Rankin Spearman and Cam took his shoes off and gave ‘em to me at the practice,” she screams, the shoes hanging around her neck like a shawl. We going all the way.” It wasn’t clear what Spearman and her husband, Carlos, intended to do with the shoes, which were dirty and grass stained, but priceless to Newton’s fans.Fiery tree branches fall on his car and sparks flick onto his windshield.He’s in the middle of the Tubbs wildfire, on his way back from rescuing a disabled woman and her husband, as body cam footage recorded late Sunday night and into Monday morning shows.The footage was released Friday by the Sonoma County Sheriff’s office.
Pointing a flashlight into the smoke, he shouts at another officer to figure out where he is — and where the disabled woman and her husband are.
Brandon Cutting’s bodycam, according to CBS San Francisco.
As of Friday, 18 have died from the Tubbs wildfire, which hit Sonoma and Napa counties in northern California.
The fire is only 25 percent contained as of Friday, according to Cal Fire.
But less than a week ago, on Sunday, as the officer in the video made the rescue, the fire was just beginning.