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News Release
9/11/20 12:00 PM update for Sandy - 09/11/20

A note from Sandy Fire District Chief Schneider: “We have empathy for all the fire evacuees, several of our staff and volunteer firefighters are also under Level 2 & 3 notices. Sandy Fire continues to work with all agencies countywide under Mutual Aid agreements to suppress these fires. Resources are stretched extremely thin and everyone needs to do their part making sure no new fires start. Lastly, I want to thank the community for all the donations and support during these unprecedented times.”

 

The City of Sandy echoes Chief Schneider’s comments. We are proud to serve our community in this time of need and we are experiencing it all with you. Please continue to be prepared and to support each other.

 

Air quality in Sandy has deteriorated since the last post and remains hazardous. We encourage you to stay indoors as much as possible and check on neighbors that may have breathing issues.

 

Continue to monitor clackamas.us/wildfires and the evacuation map found there. Sign up for Public Alerts at: https://www.publicalerts.org/hazards/wildfire-2020

 

The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Twitter page is sharing helpful information and links to keep you informed about the county-wide fire response: https://twitter.com/ClackCoSheriff

 

If you are experiencing a high level of anxiety and need help, consider contacting the Clackamas County Crisis Line at (503)655-8585

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