ALL UPDATED INCIDENT INFORMATION IN BLUE:
CHANGES IN DAILY PROGRESSION MAP:
As a result of some feedback, minor changes are being made to the public information map updated daily on the website. The yellow-colored sections designate areas where bulk debris collection has occurred in public roads and right-of-ways in commercial and residential areas. The green sections denote where crews have re-inspected previously mitigated areas as well as the exterior (front and back yards) of residential communities to confirm the cleaning process. We have included a legend at the bottom of the map that signifies those changes. This is to correct some confusion about what the different colors indicate.
RESIDENTIAL UNVERIFIED DEBRIS INVESTIGATION AND MITIGATION:
As a reminder, our inspection and mitigation teams are actively working through the residential neighborhoods. If no one is home when they come to your residence, they will leave a door flyer with a QR code and instructions on how to sign up for an appointment in the near future. We also encourage you to visit our Hangar Incident website for daily updates and the latest information at www.tustinca.org. You may also contact us through our call center at 714-262-2444.
THE SAMPLING & REMEDIATION PROCESS: If you have used the debris portal to report possible hazardous debris items, this is a step-by-step process for how our teams will respond:
- Your report will be assigned to a Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) who will contact you to set up a time to visit your home or business.
- *The CAC or Certified Site Surveillance Technician (CSST) will visit your home to collect a sample of the debris and send it off-site for testing. You will be contacted to confirm whether the debris is Asbestos Containing Material (ACM).
- *If the debris tests positive for asbestos, an ACM remediation team will be assigned to return to your home to clean-up the debris. Upon completion of the clean-up, a third team will return to your home or business to confirm a successful remediation of the area.
- You will be asked by the crew to sign a release of liability that only provides consent for the crews to access your private property to investigate and remediate any suspected material.
- Please refer to the “Private Property Consent and Waiver Process” document located on the Tustin Hangar homepage in the Daily Information Update section.
*PLEASE NOTE THAT STEPS 2 AND 3 MAY BE DONE SIMULTANEOUSLY
ROAD CLOSURES: All roads have been reopened with the exception of Armstrong between Victory Road and Valencia Avenue.
AIR MONITORING INFORMATION: Air monitoring and sampling locations have been set up surrounding the North Hangar Fire incident to provide the Incident Management Team real-time information on Particulate Matter (PM) in the air. While the units are in place, a graph showing the average reading for the last 24 hours has been provided for the public’s reference. This graph can be accessed from the Hangar Incident website located at https://tustinca.org.
N95 MASK AVAILABILITY: The City of Tustin has procured N95 masks. These masks will be available at the Tustin Recreation Center, located at 17522 Beneta Way (Cross streets of Prospect & Beneta). This location will be open beginning Monday from 8:00am to 5:00pm
CALL CENTER AND WEBSITE: The City of Tustin’s website contains the most up-to-date information regarding the Hangar Incident. We encourage the community to visit the website https://www.tustinca.org before using the call center as a lot of the questions can be answered on the website. If more information is needed, the community may call 714-426-2444, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily.
PARK CLOSURES: Some parks have reopened after debris testing, while others are still closed. Please follow the following link for up-to-date park closure information.
SCHOOL CLOSURES: Schools continue to be tested for debris. Please use the following link for up-to-date information on school closure status:
Future updates from this incident will be released daily that will include updated information based on new intel from the incident.