Among the thousands of people uprooted and displaced by the Northern California wildfires were scores of hospice patients — very ill people whose final wish was to die peacefully at home.
As April Dembosky of KQED reports, for some, the fires made that dying wish impossible.
This segment aired on October 30, 2017.
- Hospice Scrambled During Wildfires To Evacuate Patients Determined To Die At Home
- Why Older People Didn't Fare Well In Northern California Wildfires
- California Wildfire Kills Teenager And Seriously Burns His Family