UPDATE Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 - Saturday FEMA trailers began arriving at the Rolling Hills Casino in Corning. FEMA has secured more spots at the Glenn County fairgrounds an din Sacramento. According to FEMA, the trailers can house families for up to 18 months.
We have a reporter who shot the video you can see above of FEMA trailers arriving in Corning. We will have more on this story on our 6:00 p.m. newscast tonight, which also streams live on this website.
CORNING, Calif. - FEMA trailers are coming to the Rolling Hills Casino in Corning.
According to FEMA representatives, trailers will be brought and set up by the weekend.
Representatives have assured the public that guests currently in the RV park will not have to give up spots to make room for the trailers.
"This agreement comes with the understanding that no current guests of the RV park will be asked, or required to, give up their space," said Brad Pierce, FEMA affairs officer. "We want everyone to be in safe, secure and sanitary housing and we would never ask or require someone to give up their space so we can move in with another."
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