Wildfires are raging across Northern California, forcing the evacuations of thousands there and in the southern part of the state.
We would like to hear from people who are directly affected by the fires, particularly those who have left or are planning to do so.
If you are in a secure location and would like to share your story, please call us at 646-598-6012 and leave a voice mail message. Start with your name and where you are calling from.
Then, describe your evacuation experience. Approximately when did you leave and where did you go? Did you do anything to your home or business before you left? Please be sure to tell us where you’re from and where you are now.
We may use your messages in a future article or in an episode of our podcast The Daily. A New York Times reporter or editor may contact you to get more information.
If you would like to share a photo, please do so below.
Thank you for your interest and participation. We hope you and your loved ones stay safe.
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