"I thought that was something that’s always kept on
everywhere just because you never know," said Jaythan Vega, who works at
PC Motor Sales down the road.
Fire crews were forced to cut through fences to access hydrants outside
the old Blossom Park condos.
"Oh man, I think that’s horrible," Vega said. "I mean, if that would
have spread.,, our businesses are pretty close – that would have been
detrimental to a lot of people."
FOX 35 News reached out to Orange County to find out
why the building didn’t have working hydrants. Especially since
squatters have been an issue here.