Here some of the links of John’s media engagement during the brush fire emergency at The Ronald Reagan Foundation on October 30, 2019:
Reagan Foundation Executive Director John Heubusch told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that the scene at the Reagan Library on Wednesday in Simi Valley, Calif., surrounded by flames, was “like a war zone.”
“John, you look like you’ve been caught in a fire all day,” said Wallace on ‘Fox News Reporting‘. Heubusch said he’d been sheltering in place at the library for several hours, but the exit had been cleared. Museum personnel were asked to stay home from work on Thursday.
Heubusch said all of the national treasures kept safe at the library had been in peril all morning, as firefighters worked to keep rapidly to keep the flames at bay. Due to the “heroic efforts” of firefighters both in the air and on the ground, Heubusch said the Reagan Library might be spared from the flames in the Simi Valley.
The Larry O’Connor Show has an exclusive interview with John Heubusch, the Executive Director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute about the Easy Fire that was closing in on the Ronald Reagan Library.
What happens to the 66 million priceless documents that are stored at the library? What role do goats play in saving the Ronald Reagan Library?
On CBSN LA: John Heubusch, director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, tells @CBSLA that the brush fire is “encircling” the museum’s Air Force One Pavilion.
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