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Young Fire Victim Remembered as Passionate About Sports, Friendships

At 14, Kai Shepherd was the youngest person to die in the North Bay wildfires.

He and his sister and parents fled their home in Redwood Valley as flames overtook the neighborhood. As part of our continuing partnership on fire coverage, listen to KQED’s April Dembosky, who went to Kai’s school to see how his friends remember him.

Find the original story from The California Report here.

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