SAN DIEGO Quiznos Sub franchisee Ken Shea was forced to pile his worldly goods into a car and evacuate his home in the San Diego County community of Rancho Bernardo. —Fires were raging across Southern California when Road closures left him unable to get to his restaurant in San Diego’s Mission Valley district, and the sandwich shop was closed for a day. Though he still didn’t know the fate of his home, Shea did what he felt was necessary ...
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