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SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire

GAME DAY! Let's go Bearcubs! βš½οΈπŸŽ‰πŸ’ͺ🏼#santarosajuniorcollege #bearcubnation #srjcwomenssoccer #Fred

SOMEONE KNOWS SOMETHING?? PLEASE SHARE TO HELP FIND WHO HURT THIS BABY!!! @Regrann from @michsygold - The discovery of a severely injured puppy in a dumpster at the #SantaRosaJuniorCollege in California, has sparked an investigation. The Santa Rosa Junior College Police Department issued a press release about the disturbing discovery on Wednesday.
On the morning of October 27, an employee at the college campus found the abandoned puppy, with two broken legs, in a dumpster near a college parking lot. The #Chihuahua pup was removed from the dumpster and taken to an area veterinary hospital for treatment of her broken legs.
According to the release, staff at the veterinary hospital reached out to #SonomaCountyAnimalServices about the injured pup; animal services has instigated an investigation to help determine who is responsible for leaving the injured pup in the dumpster.
No identifying tags or microchip were discovered on the puppy; anyone who has information about this case is asked to reach out to Sonoma County Animal Services at (707) 565-7100. #chi #Regrann

GAMEDAY!! Preseason game against City College of SF! Go Bearcubs!!⚽️πŸ’ͺ🏼 #srjcwomenssoccer #santarosajuniorcollege #bearcubnation #Fred

Cool friendship tattoos from the other day! Left one by Gerardo one on right by Mo #santarosadowntown #walkintattoo #santarosajuniorcollege #courthousesquare #tattooshopsantarosa

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@Regrann from @michsygold - Gofundme for @tashaa_nicole in my bio- please donate and share. SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire - #regrann

I was a bit nervous about making the emotional shift from emergency mode to work mode...but am so glad I did! So proud of where I work...what the SRJC leadership, faculty, and staff are doing to help our students and community regain some sort of normalcy and hope in this difficult time. Being here has actually done wonders for my spirit and allowed me to feel like I'm finally doing something for my home & people.
#sonomacounty #sonomacountystrong #california #wildfires #community #srjc #santarosajuniorcollege #amazingpeople #support #backtowork #hope #srjcstrong #gobearcubs #together

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire

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Update, Tue., Oct. 17, 2017, 7 pm: #SRJC WILL REOPEN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2017, following the recent devastating fires.
Starting Mon., Oct. 23, all classes and activities will be resumed at campuses in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, and sites in Southwest Santa Rosa, Shone Farm in Forestville, and Public Safety Training Center in Windsor. Also resuming are online classes, Community Education, Older Adults and Adult Education classes.
From Wed., Oct. 18 through Fri., Oct. 20, 9 am to 4 pm, Student Resource Centers on both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses are open to provide extensive support services to students affected by the fires. The Human Resource department is providing similar support services to faculty and staff who have been affected by the fires. Updates at www.santarosa.edu.
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#SRJCstrong #SRJCfuerte #SonomaCountyFire #SantaRosaFire #SantaRosaJC #SRJCPetaluma #SRJCShoneFarm #SRJCSouthwestCenter #SRJCPublicSafety #SantaRosaJuniorCollege

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Update, Tue., Oct. 17, 2017, 7 pm: #SRJC WILL REOPEN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2017, following the recent devastating fires.
Starting Mon., Oct. 23, all classes and activities will be resumed at campuses in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, and sites in Southwest Santa Rosa, Shone Farm in Forestville, and Public Safety Training Center in Windsor. Also resuming are online classes, Community Education, Older Adults and Adult Education classes.
From Wed., Oct. 18 through Fri., Oct. 20, 9 am to 4 pm, Student Resource Centers on both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses are open to provide extensive support services to students affected by the fires. The Human Resource department is providing similar support services to faculty and staff who have been affected by the fires. Updates at www.santarosa.edu.
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#SRJCstrong #SRJCfuerte #SonomaCountyFire #SantaRosaFire #SantaRosaJC #SRJCPetaluma #SRJCShoneFarm #SRJCSouthwestCenter #SRJCPublicSafety #SantaRosaJuniorCollege

Update, Tue., Oct. 17, 2017, 7 pm: #SRJC WILL REOPEN ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2017, following the recent devastating fires.
Starting Mon., Oct. 23, all classes and activities will be resumed at campuses in Santa Rosa and Petaluma, and sites in Southwest Santa Rosa, Shone Farm in Forestville, and Public Safety Training Center in Windsor. Also resuming are online classes, Community Education, Older Adults and Adult Education classes.
From Wed., Oct. 18 through Fri., Oct. 20, 9 am to 4 pm, Student Resource Centers on both the Santa Rosa and Petaluma campuses are open to provide extensive support services to students affected by the fires. The Human Resource department is providing similar support services to faculty and staff who have been affected by the fires. Updates at www.santarosa.edu.
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#SRJCstrong #SRJCfuerte #SonomaCountyFire #SantaRosaFire #SantaRosaJC #SRJCPetaluma #SRJCShoneFarm #SRJCSouthwestCenter #SRJCPublicSafety #SantaRosaJuniorCollege

October 20th,WALK INS ONLY! Predawn roses ranging from 50 to 100 dollars. 100% proceeds go to fire relief fund! #ssu #srjc #sonomastateuniversity #santarosajuniorcollege #santarosa #sonomacounty #sonomacountystrong

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire

@Regranned from @castrogonzalezana - #Repost from @michsygold with @regram.app ... SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire - #regrann

Rain, Northwest #SantaRosa | Last week, having been evacuated from her house at 2:30am with only family and pets in tow, this strong daughter/sister/wife/mother/musician, and, above all--great friend--found her beautiful home (behind her in this frame) standing and intact, missing the thick of the #SantaRosaFire, just blocks away from Coffey Park. She has since moved back in and today power/electricity was repaired thanks to around the clock fireman and associated city and neighboring town workers. She looks forward to helping rebuild her community along with a strong family support team and a great second family of sharp, resourceful minds at #SantaRosaJuniorCollege. Also--how awesome is her given name--especially apropos for future progress and the element most needed in restoration of order in the natural Universe. Hats off for your strength, resilience, and kindness in these trying times, Megan Rain. Shoutout to your loving husband Ed and well-raised, caring children. | #portraiture #SonomaCounty #friendsinperson #postthepeople #postemotion #jj_forum_2055

#Repost @ratedarf (@get_repost) I would do the same with both of my dogs ❀ dogs are family!!!!!❀❀❀ her name is Natasha Wallace and her dog Bentley, thank God she was up late studying to see the fire. ・・・
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SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire

#castrogonzalezana - #michsygold with . SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire - #regrann

#Repost from @michsygold with @regram.app ... SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove tribune media wire

This college student #natashawallace from #santarosajuniorcollege is the best hero pit mom ever! She saved her baby, Bentley the pibble, despite the odds. #doginaduffel MANY PRAYERS AND STRENGTH to all who have lost homes, loved ones, lives, and health. California is praying for California. #Californiastandstogether. #bikesrock thanks #HuffPost for reporting #natashawallace #valueouranimals #hero #heromom #rockstarmom #pitbullmom #doginduffelbag #duffelbag #pitbullsofinstagram #staffordshirebullterriersofinstagram #staffordshirebullterrier #staffy #staffylove #pitbulllove #pitbulladvocate #irescue #prayforsantarosa #prayforcalifornia

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. -- When a wildfire forced her to flee her home on a bicycle early Monday morning, a California woman used a duffel bag as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound pit bull, according to KTXL. "You don't even see a resemblance of what it used to be," said #wildfiresurvivor #NatashaWallace. "Everything was gray, everything was destroyed and it went for miles." Wallace, a #SantaRosaJuniorCollege soccer player, was studying until nearly 2 a.m. Monday. On her way home, she saw the fire from the freeway and immediately realized she needed to evacuate. "I would never part ways with my dog. ever," Wallace said. "That's my ride or die. Oh my God, literally.

Wallace shoved Bentley, her 4-year-old pit bull, into her Honda and drove down the road -- within minutes, she was stuck in traffic. "(The fire) was coming faster than I could leave in traffic, so I went back and got my bike," Wallace remembers.

She also grabbed a duffel bag which she used as a makeshift sidecar for her 70-pound best friend. "So I grabbed my dog and I told him, 'Hey man this is serious, you need to just sit in the bag.' And he, he hopped right in," Wallace said.

After she made it down the road a few miles ahead of the fire, a man in a truck pulled over and took her and Bentley the rest of the way out. "I just want to say thank you to him. Paul Johnson," Wallace said.

Thursday night, Wallace was reflecting on how lucky she was, not only to have survived the fire but to have people around to help.- #hero #pitbulllove #tribune media wire

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