SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Firefighters from the Sacramento area who were deployed to Hawaii in anticipation of Hurricane Douglas making landfall are coming back home Wednesday night.

On Saturday, a multi-agency 25-person urban search and rescue team from Sacramento went to Hawaii in response to a request from the state of Hawaii as Hurricane Douglas approached the island.

The team, which includes members from Sacramento Fire and other fire agencies, arrived in O’ahu Saturday night.

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Hurricane Douglas did not make landfall as predicted, however, the team stayed in place to provide aid to the affected areas and took the opportunity to formulate a training plan based on the Hawaiian Island Hurricane Plan, according to a statement from the Sacramento Fire Department.

The team lands in Sacramento at 9:30 p.m.