An assistance center opens Friday morning in Anaheim to help residents whose homes were destroyed or damaged by Canyon Fire 2 as well as anyone else affected by the fire.
In a news release Thursday, the City of Anaheim says the center will be a one-stop shop for residents from any city or area affected by the fire and will include representatives from agencies and service providers who can help in the recovery process. FOR OFFICIAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE CANYON FIRE 2 ASSISTANCE CENTER, CLICK HERE.
AS OF THURSDAY AFTERNOON, the Canyon Fire 2, remains 60 percent contained at just over 9,200 acres. There are just more than 1,400 firefighters fighting the blaze, , along with with 166 engines, 10 bulldozers, 14 helicopters, and 2 air tankers. FOR MORE KVCR NEWS ON THE CANYON FIRE, CLICK HERE.