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Wildfires Force Children to Make Tough Decisions

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Wildfires Force Children to Make Tough Decisions

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Wildfires Force Children to Make Tough Decisions

Wildfires Force Children to Make Tough Decisions

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When families evacuate their homes, parents quickly snatch up documents, photographs or heirlooms. But kids have to make choices too. Sabina Mayo-Smith talks to Alex Chadwick about what she and her children considered irreplaceable when they fled the Malibu fire.

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