Former Giants Pitcher Noah Lowry Among Wildfire Evacuees in North Bay - NBC Bay Area

Former Giants Pitcher Noah Lowry Among Wildfire Evacuees in North Bay

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    Photos captures the aftermath of the Sonoma fire. Scott McGrew reports. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2017)

    Former San Francisco Giants pitcher Noah Lowry and his family were among those who had to flee from the ferocious series of wildfires in Northern California.

    Lowry told The Associated Press that he, his wife, his two daughters and his 2-week-old son had to leave their home in Santa Rosa in a matter of minutes as the flames approached.

    Lowry says he "can't shake hearing people scream in terror as the flames barreled down on us."

    He said he ran into a closed Highway 101 freeway because the flames had jumped it. But he and his family were able to get away in time and get to a friends' house where they are staying.

    Lowry, who pitched for the Giants from 2003 and 2007, now owns an outdoor sporting goods store in Santa Rosa.


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