Amarjit Singh, second from right, helps serve french fries to members of the Lyon family from Yuba City at the Gurdwara Sahib Sikh Temple Sacramento on Monday, Feb,13, 2017 in West Sacramento. The family including son Brian, 8, at left, mom Roxanna,32, center, holding Laurie, 2, and Wyatt, 3, and daughter Trinity, 9, right, said they had not eaten since 4 p.m. Sunday. The temple – the area's oldest and largest, took in more than 200 people last night and this morning who were forced to evacuate the towns between Wheatland and Oroville.
Amarjit Singh, second from right, helps serve french fries to members of the Lyon family from Yuba City at the Gurdwara Sahib Sikh Temple Sacramento on Monday, Feb,13, 2017 in West Sacramento. The family including son Brian, 8, at left, mom Roxanna,32, center, holding Laurie, 2, and Wyatt, 3, and daughter Trinity, 9, right, said they had not eaten since 4 p.m. Sunday. The temple – the area's oldest and largest, took in more than 200 people last night and this morning who were forced to evacuate the towns between Wheatland and Oroville. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Amarjit Singh, second from right, helps serve french fries to members of the Lyon family from Yuba City at the Gurdwara Sahib Sikh Temple Sacramento on Monday, Feb,13, 2017 in West Sacramento. The family including son Brian, 8, at left, mom Roxanna,32, center, holding Laurie, 2, and Wyatt, 3, and daughter Trinity, 9, right, said they had not eaten since 4 p.m. Sunday. The temple – the area's oldest and largest, took in more than 200 people last night and this morning who were forced to evacuate the towns between Wheatland and Oroville. Renee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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