The Southern California wildfires that began progressing this month have already forced 212,000 people to evacuate, blazing over 257,000 acres, destroying some-more than 1,000 structures and giving large furious animals no other choice than to rush their homes.
During a Lilac Fire in North San Diego County, dozens of horses were trapped in their stalls during a San Luis Rey Downs Training Center. Panic spread among humans and animals comparison as a abandon grew closer. The horses couldn’t shun on their own. Had it not been for a discerning and dauntless actions of one immature man, they all would have perished.
Leo Tapia is a husband who works during a stables and takes caring of a horses. He shares a tighten bond with any and considers them family.
When a glow threatened to take their lives, Tapia ran to a stables. He non-stop as many doors as he could, risking his possess life in a process. “I was only scared, though we wasn’t thinking. It was only too fast, everything,” he said.
At slightest 20 horses are still alive Because of Tapia’s efforts. Watch a footage he available below.