Survivors of the Creek Fire, one of California’s largest wildfires, are still dealing with the trauma three years later. The fire, which burned for over three months and destroyed 850 homes, erupted in September 2020 and trapped many campers in the Sierra Nevada. They were eventually airlifted to safety by the California Army National Guard. While some survivors have found healing through therapy and support from their families, the memories of the fire and the heroic rescue mission still haunt them. However, they also express gratitude for those who saved their lives and are planning to return to the camping site next year.