Tyler Hayden

Senior editor, Santa Barbara Independent

Senior editor, Santa Barbara Independent

Tyler Hayden on KCRW

Officials in Santa Barbara are discussing what went right, and what went wrong the night the Holiday Fire broke out in Goleta earlier this month.

Did Goleta residents get Holiday Fire emergency alerts in time?

Officials in Santa Barbara are discussing what went right, and what went wrong the night the Holiday Fire broke out in Goleta earlier this month.

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