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A woman who was rescued from a house fire in the North Highlands on Sunday morning has died, family told KCRA 3 on Monday. A house caught fire from an artificial Christmas tree on David Drive at around 2 pm on Sunday. Investigators said that the tree caused the electrical fire and that the home did not have a working smoke detector. The family identified the woman as 22-year-old Destiny Abdrajak. Richard Byrne said, “You can see the twinkling lights on the tree and it’s like a sign of fire.” Byer and his wife, Brandi, ran three doors down and saw the family outside. “They were shouting, ‘Destiny.’ Is anybody in. Is anybody in. There’s nothing any of us can do,” Brandi Byers said. Richard Byers said he couldn’t sit there watching the house burn down. He grabbed a fire extinguisher while another neighbor used a garden hose. Byers said a family member was waving through the front window. Front cover below: “That’s where I pointed my fire extinguisher, but the fire came back,” he said. “It was very intense, it was going very fast.” Ernest Isom, his wife, son and fiancee, and two other adults fell asleep while celebrating Christmas Eve. “Unfortunately they wanted to keep the lights on until the last minute and we all fell asleep and had seconds to get out,” he said. “It was fast, and therefore it happened quickly. I talked about minutes.» The family was all lost. “Tout, tout, jusqua mes chiens, tout”, Isom declared. Deux chiens die like dans l’incendi. «C’est un Miracle que les gens soient sortis not at all. It was moving , it was intense,” said Richard Byers. “Unfortunately, she was the arsonist, and that’s the saddest thing, she saved our lives.” The relatives collected donations for the family affected by the fire. The Sacramento Metro Fire Department also stated that none of the smoke detectors in the home were working. They are encouraging people to check their batteries and to make sure the fire department is holding a smoke alarm drive in early January to educate and help families on the installation.

A woman who was rescued from a house fire in the North Highlands on Sunday morning has died, her family told KCRA 3 on Monday.

A house caught fire from an artificial Christmas tree on David Drive at around 2 pm on Sunday.

Investigators said that the tree caused the electrical fire and that the home did not have a working smoke detector.

The family identified the woman as 22-year-old Destiny Abdrajak.

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Neighbors said they woke up to a loud noise and looked out the window.

Richard Byrne said, “You can see the twinkling lights on the tree and it’s like a sign of fire.”

Byer and his wife, Brandi, ran three doors down and saw the family outside.

“They were yelling, ‘Lucky. Is anybody in. Is anybody in’. We can’t do anything,” said Brandi Byers.

Richard Byers said he couldn’t sit there watching the house burn down. He grabbed a fire extinguisher while another neighbor used a garden hose. Byers said a family member was waving at the front window.

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“That’s where I pointed my fire extinguisher, but the fire came back immediately,” he said. “It was very intense, it was moving very fast.”

Ernest Isom, his wife, son and fiancee, and two other adults fell asleep while celebrating Christmas Eve.

“Unfortunately they wanted to keep the lights on until the last minute and we all fell asleep and had seconds to get out,” he said. “It was fast, and so was it. I’m talking minutes.”

The Sacramento Metro Fire Department said a lack of power to the artificial Christmas tree started the fire.

The family lost everything.

“Everything, everything, even my dog, everything,” Isom said.

Two dogs died in the fire.

“It’s a miracle that people came out of the closet. It was emotional, it was intense,” said Richard Byers. “Unfortunately, she was the arsonist, and that’s the saddest thing, she saved our lives.”

Relatives started collecting donations for the family affected by the fire.

Sacramento Metro Fire also stated that the home did not have working smoke detectors.

They encourage people to check their batteries and make sure they are working.

The fire department will host a smoke alarm drive in early January to raise awareness and help families at the facility.

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