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A news photographer caught the rescue on video, and it’s since gone viral—racking up over 34,000 likes and 14,000 retweets from the ABC7 Eyewitness News Twitter account alone.See the dramatic rescue below: Man pulls over near La Conchita to save wild rabbit's life amid intense flames from the #Thomas Fire https://t.co/e5Uaqjz Mhy pic.twitter.com/Qlk6o YWLs2— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) December 7, 2017While most are praising this anonymous man’s effort to save a wild animal, some would rather he hadn’t.

As the Los Angeles Times reports, the fires are fast-spreading as a result of gusty winds feeding the blaze.Last week radio host Leeann Tweeden accused Franken of forcibly kissing her during a mock 'rehearsal' of a comedic kissing scene he wrote for a USO show in Afghanistan.She also released a photograph taken on a military plane during their return from the tour, showing Franken smiling and groping her breasts while she slept.Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers. Additional funding is provided by the Park Foundation. As one writer pondered in a Slate article titled “Wild Animals Do Not Need to Be Saved From Fires“:“…

it is irresponsible to spread this video widely and cast him as a hero.

Firefighters were not yet on the scene, so Lazar and her cameraman, Marvin Stone, joined volunteers to evacuate the horses to safety.

Watch the dramatic clip below: Volunteers also threw buckets of water on the flames to put out the fire.

While covering a wildfire in Sunland, California, reporter Kristine Lazar from CBS2/KCAL 9 found herself in a perilous situation, but rose to the occasion and helped save lives.

While reporting from Gibson Ranch, a family-owned horse boarding and equine event facility, flames began the engulf the animals’ shelter.

live chat with producer michael kirk readings & links .