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Yes. But we cannot guarantee reimbursement.
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Enter the information into the Debris Reporting Form on our website.
If you think you have debris from the fire, consider it to be hazardous and avoid contact. Enter information into portal.
The fire is still under investigation and will take several weeks to complete.
Dial 911 for paramedics.
If you are in the immediate surrounding area or visibly see debris, a P100-rated respirator may provide some protection.
In response to requests from community members, the City of Tustin has procured a limited number of N95 masks. These masks will be available free to community members at the following locations and hours of operation.
Columbus Tustin Recreation Center
17522 Beneta Way, Tustin CA 92780
Cross-Streets: Prospect Ave & Beneta Way
Monday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
No. The hanger and immediate surrounding area are closed until further notice.
Try to limit your exposure by remaining indoors, with windows and doors closed or seek alternative shelter to reduce exposure to smoke and ash.
If you are in the immediate surrounding area, follow the health and safety tips above.
Caring for Your Pets.
Noted below are some recommendations for caring your house pets during smoke-related emergency situations. It was shared by Tustin Veterinary Medical Director, Dr. Kristen Negvesky and endorsed by UC Davis School of Medicine, CA Veterinary Emergency Team and a Professor from their Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Team.
If you are concerned about anything regarding your pet, please contact your veterinarian. Additional information regarding large animals when exposed by wildfires: https://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/news/guidelines-horses-exposed-wildfire-smoke. Follow air quality index link for information in your area/zip code: https://www.airnow.gov/.
Yes. There are two different companies handling two different aspects. EnviroCheck is handling the detection. ATI is handling the removal.
The main focus of the response is in and around the hangar. The debris fallout reported will help guide air monitoring plans. U.S. EPA is the lead on air monitoring for this incident and is working with Unified Command.
No. Enter the information into portal.
If you are in the immediate area, limit or avoid activities that will displace debris related to the fire. (Example- Avoid sweeping, landscaping, leaf blowing, mowing, gardening)
The hangar is surrounded by open fields. Most water will percolate into the existing soil. Tustin engineers have looked at the runoff reservoirs, and they are big enough to prevent flow of water into the storm drains.
Stormwater samples were taken at: San Diego Creek at Campus Drive and Peters Canyon Wash at Barranca Channel, both located in Irvine.
Yes. The County routinely performs stormwater sampling for the first storm of the season, and two storms afterwards. The County also performs dry weather water sampling quarterly throughout the year.
Stormwater sampling was performed on November 16, following the November 15 rainfall.
Stormwater sampling tests for a variety of pollutants, including arsenic, copper, lead, zinc, and other heavy metals. This recent stormwater sampling will allow us to compare this data to levels of metals present in previous stormwater flows. The County does not typically test for the presence of asbestos in stormwater.
We are not aware of unhealthy levels of asbestos in stormwater since the primary pathway for human health impact by asbestos is through the air.
Results by a third-party laboratory are typically available in approximately four weeks.