Woman celebrates late son's birthday by giving back to victims of Detwiler Fire

A Clovis woman who lost her son in an ATV accident last year is celebrating his life by giving back to victims of the Detwiler Fire.

Sharla Deaton started 'Roc the Fire' a collection drive as the birthday of her late son approaches. Rocco Rossini would have been 11 on Thursday.

Deaton is getting help from the Fresno Fire Department, which is opening up all 24 fire stations to be used as donation sites. Over the past several days she has collected food, water, toiletries, and other necessities families impacted by the fire may need.

The collection drive runs through next Tuesday and they plan on delivering all of the items they collect the next day.

A list of all of the Fresno Fire Departments are below:

1 - 1264 N. Jackson

2 - 7114 N. West

3 - 1406 Fresno

4 - 3065 E Iowa

5 - 3131 N Fresno

6 - 4343 E Gettysburg

7 - 2571 S Cherry

8 - 1428 S Cedar

9 - 2340 N Vagedes

10 - 5545 Aircorp Way

11 - 5544 N Fresno

12 - 2874 W Acacia

13 - 815 E Nees

14 - 6239 N Polk

15 - 5630 E Park Circle

16 - 2510 N Polk

17 - 10512 N Maple

18 - 5938 N La Ventana

19 - 3187 W Belmont

20 - 4537 N Wishon

21 - 15850 W Kearney

22 - 806 S Garfield

23 - 4555 N Biola

24 - 5065 E Anderson

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