More than a dozen schools in Irvine released their students Thursday as firefighters continued to battle the wind, driven by the Silverado fire that has led to widespread evacuations. California Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles County, while other California counties faced fires after issuing a state of emergency this morning. He also declared a state of emergency in LA County after the Montecito fire broke out Thursday night.
People with breathing difficulties are urged to avoid outdoor activities and keep windows and doors closed, especially in areas where smoke is likely to be most noticeable, the AQMD said, including the city of Los Angeles, where it is most common, and parts of Orange County, Orange and San Bernardino counties, as well as Orange, Riverside and Santa Barbara counties. East of Irvine, the fire was 5 percent contained, according to Orange County Fire Department spokesman Daron Wyatt. While the fire is burning west of Anaheim, it is also burning in a different direction from the first Canyon Fire, which burned for hours and burned more than 1,000 acres in an hour that lasted a week.
We will release new updates as soon as the Orange County Fire Department is able to assess the fire before the sun rises. Here's the latest on the Silverado and Blue Ridge fires, and follow them on Twitter at @ Orange _ County _ Fire and @ orange _ fire. For more information on this fire and other Southern California fires, please contact the Orange County Fire Department on Facebook and Twitter.
We are reaching out to Orange County homes and businesses to better understand the extent of the fire damage that these buildings have suffered and to conduct a thorough site assessment. We have arrived at Orange County homes, businesses and homes in the Silverado and Blue Ridge fires to better understand their damage and conduct thorough on-site assessments. We get to the residences, shops and buildings in Orange County in Silverwood and Blue Ridge Understanding wildfires best The extent to which they have endured fire damage.
We can count on you to get a grip on the destruction caused by flames, sprinklers and fire hoses, and we can immediately begin repairing the damage to homes, businesses and buildings from the fires in Silverado and Blue Ridge. Our technicians will respond to any fire remediation required, whether it is extinguishing water or smoke damage. If you call the emergency service, please call an emergency service as soon as possible, at the latest by 10: 00.
We can help homeowners with mold and other problems related to this disaster, which you can contact Gregory Restoration at any time. We can confidently expect professional mould refurbishment services that exceed the industry standard, and the equipment we use is top-of-the-line to ensure you high-quality results and time. If you live, work or reside in Laguna Niguel or Orange County, we can fulfill our commitment to provide the best mold repair and removal services available in the Lagunas and Niguels areas we serve so that our customers can address problems as soon as they arise. In addition to our service in Silverado and Blue Ridge, we also offer a wide range of services to homes, businesses and buildings in all areas of the county, with a particular focus on the communities in which we operate.
Check your current and existing fire regulations with the City of Laguna and ask your local fire department. To comply with fire safety regulations, you must provide the sprinkler services required when installing or maintaining your existing installed sprinkler system, or installing a new FireSpringer system and equipment, and repairing potential fire damage to your home, business, or other property in the area.
You can protect yourself by checking that your fire and sprinkler operation is properly and actively approved to perform the required duties. Your fire protection system may require the use of FireSpringer services provided by the City of Laguna Niguel or your local fire department.
In Laguna Niguel, commercial and industrial enterprises may need to install and maintain fire protection systems to comply with safety and building regulations. It is the responsibility of the business or property owner to meet the fire and sprinkler safety requirements of the city of Lagunas Nigueans for his property. You may require that your fire or sprinkler system be maintained in accordance with the owner's fire safety law and / or the requirements of your building or your rules of procedure, according to which the owners or industry comply.
Laguna Niguel transfers responsibility for fire and sprinkler safety to the city of Lagunas Nigueans for its property.
The TCA is also participating in the Orange County Fire Watch program, which alerts the public to wildfires in its area and other fire hazards. Agencies create sustainable space buffers that provide first responders with space to fight wildfires when they occur.