Man Found Playing Violin While Wildfire Evacuation: There are parts of California that have still not coped up with the Caldor Wildfire effects. The blaze that has shaken a fast pace is wreaking havoc to the state. This has also resulted in forcing people to choose mass evacuations so that they can leave their homes. Amidst all the chaos going on around, a man was found to go viral from South Lake Tahoe on social media to maintain the calm by playing a fantastic piece on his violin.
As the roads remain blocked because of the traffic, people are making various attempts to evacuate and escape the areas as soon as they can. The fantastic performance on violin was able to distract the people and the anxious condition. The performer is named Mel Smothers who is found to play Tennessee Waltz on his violin whose clip has gone viral.
While people were found to wait outside the vehicles and tricks being filled with the belongings are managing to clear, Mel made every possible approach to manage the people by surprising them with a fantastic heart touching piece with the violin performance. This is a clip for 16-seconds that shows Mel standing out of the yellow truck and doing every possible thing that he can do with his instrument. He wishes to entertain the people who are scared of the situation.
In an interview, Mel was found to have said to the press Democrat that, “There was a little bit of anxiety there. Like, is the fire going to catch up to us while we’re sitting there?
He was also going to talk to the CNN reporters while he was playing and he could find the thick smoke which was not that critical, “It wasn’t that critical, we could move, but it was certain the fire was moving really fast.”
This viral video has touched many netizens where the social media users were referring to the scenario from Titanic. One of the users wrote, “Reminiscent of the sinking of the Titanic.”
Another said, “This is giving me Titanic feels”.