(Corona, California) - On Monday night police informed residents they needed to evacuate their homes because of a wildfire that was getting too close to their homes. Residents didn't have time to pack any supplies or anywhere else to go. A lost of the residents drove to their local Ralph's store where they waited in the parking lot to decide what their next moves would be.
The manager of the Ralph's heard many of the residents were in the parking lot and told them they would be staying open all night in order to give them access to restrooms, water, and a place to charge their phones. He even told them they could take anything they wanted from the store free of charge.
Soure: OC Register