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Canyon Fire 2: Evacuations, School Updates, Road Closures

A fire in Anaheim on Monday prompted evacuations and school and road closures

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    NEWSLETTERS

    NBC4's Patrick Healy and Hetty Chang provide coverage from the ground as firefighters continue their fight as a blaze tears through multiple neighborhoods in Anaheim Hills. (Published Monday, Oct. 9, 2017)

    What to Know

    • Wind, dry conditions add up to increased fire danger for Southern California

    • The strongest winds are expected Monday

    • Red flag warnings are set to expire Tuesday morning

    Here's what you need to know as a brush fire burns in Anaheim about evacuations and school and road closures:

    Note: This page will no longer be updated. Evacuations have been lifted. Click here for the most recent report.

    An information line for residents with questions about the Canyon Fire 2 has been established at 714-765-4333.

    For those who need help evacuating, dial 2-1-1. Officials say evacuees will not be allowed back Monday night.

    EVACUATION CENTERS:

    • Dowtown Anaheim Youth Center, 225 S. Philadelphia St.;
    • Dowtown Anaheim Community Center, 250 E. Center St.;
    • Animals can go to OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa;
    • East Anaheim branch library, 8201 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road;
    • El Modena High School, 3920 E. Spring St., Orange;
    • Katella High School, 2220 E. Spring St., Orange.

    MANDATORY EVACUATIONS:

    • All roads and houses off Windes Drive, north of Santiago Canyon Road (Santiago Oaks Park, city of Orange;
    • Santa Ana Canyon Road between Woodcrest Road and Gypsum Canyon Road (City of Anaheim)

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