Strangers help replace boy's dinosaur collection lost in the wildfires

A four-year-old boy has received an outpouring of support after his dinosaur collection was lost in the Paradise, California, wildfire. Riley Wooten was able to grab two dinosaurs as his family escaped the flames that would eventually destroy his home. Riley and his family found refuge in a relative's home, but he was heartbroken over the loss of his favorite toys. So when friends began asking what they could do to help, the request from Riley's aunt, Tanya Renfro, was simple: dinosaur toys. Riley has gotten so many donated dinosaurs that he's decided on his own to send some to an evacuation shelter so other children affected by the fire can enjoy them!!!



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