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By Jeff Pack

Officials warn residents of potential dangers ahead after the Holy Fire


Last updated 11/17/2018 at 8:40pm

Shane Gibson

Dave Nichols of the Lake Elsinore Public Works Operations points out high risk areas of debris flow on an overview map of the Holy Fire burn area to members of the community during a town hall meeting at Terra Cotta Middle School in Lake Elsinore, Nov. 5.

More than 400 people seeking information regarding how to protect their homes and community attended the Holy Fire Flood Ready community meeting Monday, Nov. 5, inside the Terra Cotta Middle School gymnasium.

The Holy Fire, which burned 23,136 acres and destroyed 18 cabins or homes in Orange and Riverside counties, was 100 percent contained Thursday, Sept. 13.

Officials said that even though the fire is out, residents of affected areas of the fire could still face problems. That's why the city, along with several state and regional partners hosted the community meeting for residents to dis...

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