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Most evacuations lifted for Corona residents in Canyon fire burn area

Most of the mandatory evacuations put in place for Corona residents in the burn area of the Canyon fire have been lifted, fire officials said.
San Ramon Drive under San Alvarado Circle remains under evacuation orders, city officials announced at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
All other evacuations, put in place Tuesday afternoon in the wake of the Inland region’s first storm , were lifted at 2 p.m. Wednesday.

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Evacuation shelters put on by the American Red Cross will close Wednesday.
Anyone still in need of shelter may call 951-817-5800. Anyone who needs to temporarily board pets may contact the Corona Animal Shelter, 1330 Magnolia Ave., at 951-736-2309.
Sandbags for use in future storms will remain available at Fire Station No. 5, 1200 Canyon Crest Drive, for residents of the Sierra Del Oro neighborhood. Sandbags will also be available at Santana Park for city residents.
Anyone with questions can call 951-817-5800 or go to  CoronaCA.gov/StormWatch.
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