Ventura County resident reacts after mass shooting, fire evacuations: 'We've had a really tough week'

LAKE SHERWOOD, Calif. (KABC) -- After evacuating his home for the third time in the past few days due to the Woolsey Fire, a Ventura County resident on Tuesday expressed resilience while acknowledging that his community has "had a really tough week."

The evacuee, who gave his name only as Randin, spoke to ABC7 as Thousand Oaks was still reeling from the Nov. 7 mass shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill that left 12 victims dead.

Randin watched Tuesday morning as a dramatic flare-up erupted near his home in the Lake Sherwood area.

"This has really been a shameful situation but we're going to get through it," he said. "We've got some good support."

Watch Brandi Hitt's interview with Randin in the video above.
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