ANDERSON, Calif. (STORYFUL) - A kind-hearted toddler handed out breakfast burritos to California firefighters tackling the Carr Fire.
On Monday, 2-year-old Gracie Lutz passed out the breakfast snack to firefighters at the Shasta District and Event Center, Anderson. Firefighters were generous and heard telling her “thank you” as she approached each of them -- in her own firefighting boots -- and handed them a meal.
Gracie’s uncle, Cody, is a Cal Fire engineer; her grandpa Jerry Hill is a dozer operator and another uncle is a water tender, ABC7 News reported.
The Carr Fire that has burned more than 800 homes and killed six people has become the seventh most destructive wildfire in California history, said Scott McLean, a spokesman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.