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3100 Residents of Anaheim Hills Asked to Evacuate Immediately

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The Corona-Yorba Linda fire has reportedly jumped the 91 Riverside Freeway, and authorities are calling for the immediate evacuation of the area to the south of the 91, to the west of the 241, and to the east of Weir Canyon/Serrano Avenue. Evacuation centers are in the process of being established for Anaheim Hills residents; because the fire moved into the area so rapidly the authorities are saying simply for the 3100 people residing there to leave immediately.