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Mandatory Evacuation Issued for West Camino Cielo

Warnings Issued for Hidden Valley and the Trout Club


The County announced at 5 p.m. today that Sheriff and Fire authorities have issued mandatory evacuation orders for people living in homes along West Camino Cielo, west of Highway 154, including Kinevan Road and the Haney Tract. Those living in Hidden Valley and the Trout Club are now under an evacuation warning.

All previous evacuation warnings (for people living north of Cathedral Oaks Road between Winchester Canyon and Fairview Avenue) and mandatory evacuation notices (for the Glen Annie area and La Patera Canyon) are still in effect

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