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Readers share the strangest things they grabbed during Kincade fire evacuations

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The largest evacuation in Sonoma County history happened during the Kincade fire, when an estimated 180,000 residents were forced to pack up their belongings in a hurry.

We asked readers what was the strangest thing they grabbed on their way out the door.

It's hard to find humor while fleeing a wildfire, but some Sonoma County residents couldn't help but laugh when they realized what they took.

Click through the gallery above to see some of the most random items our readers grabbed when they were evacuating from their homes.

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