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  • Friday, January 04, 2008

     

    STORM WATCH O.C.- Villa Park H.S. open for Voluntary Evacuations

    On the heels of a Flash Flood Advisory from the National Weather Service, the Orange County Fire Authority and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department issued a Voluntary evacuation order for the Modjeska, Williams and Silverado Canyon areas of Orange County. The order also includes a Mandatory evacuation order for large animals.

    The Orange County Animal Control Services in Orange on City Drive can house 30 dogs and 20 cats (CALL 714-935-6848. The Orange County Fair Grounds will accept large animals UNDER Mandatory evacuation with feed supplies. Please call ahead to let them know you are coming: 714-708-1588

    Villa Park High School is again open as a shelter for voluntary evacuations. The Orange County Emergency Operations Center has opened their hotline number for further information: 714-628-7085.

    Total precipitation in the mountain areas is expected 6-12 inches and in the costal and valley areas 3-4 inches. The forecast is for a two to three day period of sever winter storm and wind conditions.

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