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  • Sunday, October 21, 2007

     

    ORANGE SANTIAGO CANYON WILDFIRE: 241 Closed

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    A wild brush fire was reported in Santiago Canyon, east of Santiago Canyon Road near the 241 Toll Road and Bee Canyon starting right after 6:00 p.m. The fire is burning toward Loma Ridge and the Orange County Emergency Operations Center toward the Portola Springs and Northwood communities. News sources are reporting a mandatory evacuation for homes in the path.

    Starting at 20 acres, the 30-40 mile Santa Anna wind gusts have helped grow the fire to hundreds of acres.

    The Foothill Toll Road 241 was shut down between the Eastern Transportation Corridor 133 and Chapman Avenue, and Santiago Canyon Road was closed between Chapman Avenue and Modjeska Canyon Road.

    For up to the minute news CLICK ON the following sinternet sources:

    MAP of fire area BEE CANYON ACCESS ROAD and the 241 Toll Road

    Map of Portola Springs Community

    Orange County Fire Authority

    City of Orange Website

    Orange Fire Department

    Orange Unifed School District

    CLOSED ROADS

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