Ginny Pacheco is one of the many residents who lived on Wheeler
Road who comes back regularly to visit the spot where her home
once stood. The entire neighborhood was decimated by the Camp
Fire in November.
Since then, much of the debris has been cleared out.
“This is probably the last time I’ll see it,” Pacheco said. “Next
time I come up, all of this will be gone.” (Fox 40)
A new cancer care center has opened in Chico, staffed by doctors
and nurses who worked through the Camp Fire at a hospital in
Marysville to continue providing care for more than 100 cancer
The new center in north Chico will provide access for patients
who lost their care location when Adventist Health Feather River
Cancer Center in Paradise was forced to close after the Camp
Fire, and is dually sponsored by both UC Davis Health and
Adventist Health. (Enterprise-Record)
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