Richmond resident Elisa Gallegos, "It concerns me and my kids," she said. "I've been here a long time."
Hundreds of people showed up for a community meeting Tuesday in the wake of Monday's fire at the Chevron oil refinery in Richmond. Chevron officials have promised to pay for damages. But the incident has highlighted the ongoing unease many people in Richmond feel living next door to the 110-year-old plant. Reporter: Durrie Lawrence Reporter: Rachael Myrow