No one actually goes to Firebaugh, California, just to go there. Most likely, if you’re in Firebaugh, you were on your way to or from someplace else and your GPS went haywire and diverted you off Interstate 5 — which runs north-south through the spine of the state, about 20 miles to the west of the two-stoplight town where Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen was born and raised.
The Bills’ front office liked what they had seen from Josh Allen in the predraft process — but for a few moments, they weren’t sure if they would survive to watch him play in the NFL. Here’s why https://t.co/E0z3g165lB
— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) July 19, 2018
The locals in Firebaugh, about 7,600 in all, have most of the requisite needs and services — police and fire department, a school district, a library, gas stations, a supermarket, auto parts and tire stores, farm supply businesses, boutiques, some dollar stores and thrift shops, and a couple of public parks.
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