FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KTXL) — California’s firefighters are used to answering the call to help fight wildfires at a moment’s notice.
Now, the state is turning to them again in the fight against the latest COVID-19 surge.
“We have been working since the 6th,” explained firefighter and paramedic Blake Dombrowski.
For the past week, Dombrowski and two of his colleagues from the Fairfield Fire Department have been helping out at Mission Community Hospital in Panorama City in Los Angeles.
Dombrowski said the COVID-19 surge in Los Angeles County is worse than he expected.
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