The Department of Motor Vehicles is helping fire victims in Siskiyou County.
On Monday and Tuesday, the DMV is opening up a temporary asisstance center to help those impacted by the Klamathon Fire.
The agency is offering the replacement of driver licenses, titles and vehicle registrations. The service will be free of charge for fire victims.
The center will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It's located at the Hornbrook Community Bible Church, on Henley Hornbrook Road.
According to Cal Fire, the Klamathon fire burned over 38,000 acres, killed one person and destroyed 82 buildings. It's now fully contained and the cause is under investigation.
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