Chevron Opens Another Help Center So Angry Residents Can Collect Money

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Albert Samaha
Burning money
People have been flooding Chevron with claims after the Aug. 6 refinery fire, so many that the oil company yesterday opened a second help center where burned residents (not literally) can go demand money.

Here's what we know:

The new claims center is located at North Richmond Community Heritage Senior Apartments on 1555 Fred Jackson Way, and is open daily until Friday, Aug. 24, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The other help center, which opened last week, is located at Nevin Community Center, and will remain in operation until Saturday Aug. 25. After that, all new claims must be submitted by phone at (866) 260-7881.

The line will remain open as long as people are still filing claims, Chevron officials say. They are is hoping (fingers crossed) to reimburse all claims within a month, as long as people provide the needed documentation.

As of this morning, 10,700 people have filed claims, according to Chevron.

So go get your money from Chevron -- you deserve it.

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