Wildfires stressed wine country's healthcare system, creating a crisis and a warning for future
By Soumya Karlamangla
Dr. Scott Witt kept close behind the ambulance carrying the newborns. On his motorcycle, he drove over and ducked under downed power lines. He swerved around embers blowing onto the highway.
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, where Witt oversees the neonatal intensive care
unit, was being evacuated Oct. 9 because of wildfires that would become the deadliest
in California history.
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