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Posted on May 9 at 9:20 p.m.
UPDATE FROM ISAAC at Mercury Press:
New photos have just posted to www.mercurypress.com .
1656 Las Canoas is still standing, as is 2457 (earlier mistaken for 2447), and 2449.
We posted pictures of homes that made it and those that didn't on Las Canoas Place. The addresses weren't clear, so check the photos (already online at www.mercurypress.com). The only way to get there was by walking, as there was a lot of debris.
The homes mentioned in the Independent.com report, "two houses NW of 2660", that burned down are 2652 and 2656. Isaac is posting these images right now; they should be there in a few minutes.
Isaac went to San Antonio Creek Road yesterday, and didn't see any burned homes, so didn't investigate very deeply. If you have a specific request, he can go there.
Tomorrow Isaac will go back and photograph 2261, 1681, 1966, 1976, and 1978 Las Canoas. Let us know if you have other addresses on Las Canoas or Las Canoas Place so he can check them in the same trip.
New photos are soon to post online at www.mercurypress.com (many are there already, now grouped by neighborhood). New addresses still posting: 1165 Tunnel (A-O), and other Tunnel addresses, plus the Botanic Gardens, Montrose, 1234 Mission Canyon Rd and back house. They should be there in about 15 minutes. For a more complete listing, check our blog: www.photodifference.com .
On Assessing What's Burned
Posted on May 8 at 9:31 p.m.
Isaac Hernandez was on Teresita and Francisco Roads today, and according to a fireman, none of the homes in that neighborhood burned down, and Isaac didn't see any burned. One house had slight retaining wall damage. See the images at this link (under Day 4): http://pa.photoshelter.com/c/mercuryp...
There are also pictures of Las Canoas Rd on Day 3. If someone has a particular request for a specific address, Isaac is willing to go back tomorrow and check. Please email me with that request at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Posted on May 8 at 12:26 p.m.
For photos of Mission Canyon, Las Canoas and yesterday's press conference, check www.mercurypress.com . Photographer Isaac Hernandez took images of every house he saw, burned and saved, with addresses.
On DC 10 on the Way
Posted on May 8 at 12:23 p.m.
On Eastern Flank Becoming Priority
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