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Mandatory Evacutions in Diamond Bar

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The Triangle Complex Fire, which began yesterday morning in Corona in Riverside County, then jumped to Yorba Linda and Anaheim Hills in Orange County, traveled to Chino Hills in San Bernardino County late yesterday and now poses a threat to a portion of Diamond Bar, which is located in Los Angeles County.

Mandatory evacuation orders have been issued for the Country Estates area of Diamond Bar in the area bordered by Ambusher Street to the North, Falcon Ridge to the East, Brea Canyon to the West, and the City limits to the South. The Red Cross has set up an evacuation shelter at Diamond Bar High School which is located at 21400 Pathfinder Road.

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Many freeways in the area remain closed as crews work to battle the fire.