CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A team of West Virginia firefighters is scheduled to arrive in California Tuesday to begin preparations to take part in battling wildfires. The team left Charleston Monday for a 14-day tour of duty.

“We have an excellent crew and we are proud to send them to California to represent West Virginia,” state Forester Randy Dye said.

The team is made up of 16 Division of Forestry staff members and four specially trained volunteer firefighters. They traveled to Harrisburg, Pa., Monday and are scheduled to fly to California Tuesday.

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  • Dumb Liberals

    Deploy them to Liberalfornia's border states. There is nothing worth saving in Liberalfornia. Maybe the "big one" will shake it into the Pacific.

    • js

      I am so glad Mr. dumb liberal has become the poster child for WVa. He shows what we are all about because of his WV radio Corpus forum.