A horse trainer leading the efforts to evacuate animals from the wildfire in northern California said the experience has been "very devastating."

The horse community has come together in response to the Camp Fire ripping through the town of Paradise, Rachel Shackelford said Monday night on The Ingraham Angle.

"Everyone is donating what they can. If they can't, their time, their finances, their resources. It really does take a village to help everyone out here," she said.


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The Camp Fire has claimed the lives of 42 people as of Monday night, according to officials.

Shackelford said that social media has been a useful tool when it comes to rescue efforts.

"It has been amazing," she said.

She added that volunteers with NorCal Livestock Evacuation have been working closely with other certified organizations to help affected animals get the care that they need.

President Trump on Monday also approved a "major disaster declaration" for the state of California.

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