Raging brush fire shrouds Orange County and Long Beach in smoke

Raging brush fire shrouds Orange County and Long Beach in smoke

Raging brush fire shrouds Orange County and Long Beach in smoke

The strong winds made the fire's movement hard to predict, Anaheim police and fire department spokesman Daron Wyatt told reporters.

Of note, the coastal marine layer that typically brings with it low-lying clouds and higher humidities was apparent Tuesday morning.

"We don't expect a good turn to our side", Wyatt said about the weather. We're hearing that guests are being taken off of rides and the smoke in the air is getting very bad.

Two evacuation centers were established in Anaheim: East Anaheim Community Center, 8201 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road, and the Downtown Anaheim Youth Center, 225 S. Philadelphia St.

Northbound lanes of the 241 to the 91 freeway, and the east and west off-ramps at Gypsum Canyon Road, have also been shut down.

Winds drove the growth of the Canyon 2 wild fire in the hills near Anaheim, California, on October 9.

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An overnight shelter was also opened at Katella High School, 2200 E. Wagner Ave., Anaheim.

However, a spokesman for Disneyland - which attracts 44,000 visitors a day - insisted there are now no changes to the operation of the parks, and everything remains open. She said she didn't get much sleep.

Because of the speed of the fire, responders were not attacking the blaze directly, focusing instead on moving people out of its path, said Steven Beech, an incident commander with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

"As I'm sure you're aware, the Canyon Fire is only about 30 miles away from Long Beach and is having a serious impact", Mayor Robert Garcia said in an email dispatch.

Residents are not expected to receive clearance to go home until at least Wednesday.

835-5396 & Dial Option One (1) to speak to a 2017 Canyon Fire and Anaheim Hills Wildfire Insurance Claims Attorney. Anaheim Fire and Rescue will let the public know if they need any more donations.

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