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Damage From Canyon Fire 2 to Keep 241 Toll Road Closed Until Further Notice

Due to #CanyonFire2 damage, the 241 Toll Road will remain closed in both directions between the 91 & Santiago/Chapman until further notice. The cause of the fire was still under investigation. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
A section of the 241 Toll Road damaged as a result of the Canyon Fire 2 will keep the roadway, which connects Yorba Linda to Rancho Santa Margarita, closed until further notice, officials said. Full containment is expected by Saturday. The Canyon Fire 2 scorched more than 9,000 acres and was 60 percent contained as of Thursday morning. pic.twitter.com/85o0xAp3zU
— TheTollRoads (@TheTollRoads) October 11, 2017

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The toll road is closed in both directions between the 91 Freway and East Santiago Canyon Road/Chapman Avenue, The Toll Roads stated in an alert Wednesday. A DC-10 makes a drop as the Anahiem Hills fire rages along 241 and Santiago Canyon Rd in Orange. “As a result of the Canyon Fire 2, which broke out the morning of Monday, October 9, a section of the 241 Toll Road sustained electrical, signage, guardrail, traffic control device and fencing damage when flames got to close to and crossed the roadway,” the alert read.