Today on Inside Edition: Grieving California Community Now Faces Wildfire Threat

Playing How Christina Grimmie's Family Is Supporting Others Affected by Shootings

A California community is facing yet more tragedy as deadly wildfires rage just miles from where families grieve the victims of the Thousand Oaks shooting.

Residents were forced to flee through the night from the Hill Fire, which ignited Thursday. One woman filmed flames along the side of the road as she drove to safety while praying. Watch the harrowing videos here.

We're also learning more about the gunman who shot 12 people dead before taking his own life at the Borderline Bar & Grill Wednesday. Read the chilling note he wrote in his high school yearbook.

In New York, a daredevil who was busted for scaling the World Trade Center when he was just 16 has been busted again for allegedly breaking into another Manhattan skyscraper and dangling off a crane. Read more about what cops say was his latest mind-boggling stunt.

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