‘Alaskan Bush People’: Bear Brown Battled Palmer Fire as Blaze Consumed North Star Ranch
Alaskan Bush People fans know that the Palmer Fire destroyed North Star Ranch. However, what people might not be aware of is that Bear Brown went on the frontlines and battled the fiery flames. Despite all of the work from firefighters, first responders and others, the destructive blaze ended up consuming everything in its path, including the Brown family’s new home.
Palmer Fire Destroys North Star Ranch
It wasn’t that long ago that the Brown family relocated to Washington and made it their new home. The decision to move from Alaska was due to Ami Brown’s lung cancer treatments. The family matriarch is now in remission, but obstacles would continue to test the cast of Alaskan Bush People.
Recently, the Palmer Fire spread quickly. Firefights worked around the clock to control and contain the blaze. However, North Star Ranch was not spared and the property now looks like a charred wasteland.
Bear Brown Battled Fiery Blaze
On Instagram, Bear posted a photo that showed him standing in front of the fiery flames on the Brown family’s property. He had a long-handled tool in his hand, which was most likely a shovel. He went on the frontlines, risking his life to protect his family and their new home. In addition to the social media post, a promo has been released that shows just how much damage was incurred from the Washington fire.
Alaskan Bush People Will Rebuild
Bear has been communicating with fans on social media and giving updates on how the family is coping. Even though they just lost their new home and the property is destroyed, the Browns are staying positive. Bear agreed with one person who commented that they can rebuild, so that indicates that they are not going to let the Palmer Fire stop them from achieving their goals.
Three weeks ago, a massive wildfire broke out below the Browns’ property. The wolf pack had just minutes to evacuate. #AlaskanBushPeople continues every Sunday at 8p on @Discovery. pic.twitter.com/yWs76CBfGH
— Alaskan Bush People (@AlaskanBushPPL) September 7, 2020
Finding Gratitude in the Aftermath
In addition to staying positive and hinting about rebuilding, the family has openly thanked firefighters and first responders for their hard work. They also made a point to tell their followers that firefighters risk their lives battling blazes every single day and are heroes. When Bear was asked about how he was doing, he explained that he was staying in a hotel. However, he also expressed gratitude for having true friends that are helping the family through this tragedy.
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