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