BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Neighbors near the Centerville Road area, between Chico and Magalia, are sharing concern over lack of road repairs on Centerville Road.
Many neighbors are worried about a lack of escape route in case of a fire or flood in the area.
A section of the road washed away in 2016 and has still not been repaired.
The washed-outstretch is about one mile from the intersection of Honey Run Road and Centerville Road.
"If there is a fire there is no other way that we can get out, there is no way we can evacuate except right here," said Robert Catallano, a resident in the area. "So, if this doesn't get fixed before the fire season we are going to have a lot of nervous people up here."
Catallano said he was told that the road would be fixed last summer, but there has since been no word on repairs.
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