A Salvation Army facility in Perris, California, was badly damaged by a fire on July 28, which 130 firefighters had contained by the late evening.
Riverside County Fire reported a large structure fire at around 4 pm.
The blaze began in a warehouse, but spread to the Salvation Army’s Riverside Adult Rehabilitation Center, according to local news reports. Residents of the center, for men dealing with substance abuse, were evacuated and no injuries were reported. Firefighters estimated the damage at $3.5 million. Credit: CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Department via Storyful