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  • Friday, November 30, 2007

     

    Canyons Evacuation UPDATE:Williams Returns to Voluntary-Modjeska remains Mandatory

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    The Williams Canyon mandatory evacuation has been downgraded to a voluntary evacuation status. Silverado Canyon remains under voluntary evacuation status and Trabuco Canyon remains under heightened awareness. The mandatory evacuation order for Modjeska Canyon remains in place until further notice.


    The Orange County Sheriff Department asks residents returning to homes in the canyon areas to drive carefully due to fog, darkness, and muddy conditions on the roads.

    The Red Cross emergency shelter at El Modena High School, 3920 East Spring Street, Orange, remains open for evacuated residents.

    On Saturday December 1st, the Silverado Branch Library located at 28192 Silverado Canyon Road, Silverado, will be closed.

    The Public Information Hotline for the Canyon Area evacuation orders is 714-628-7085

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