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Citrus Heights News Briefs: Teriyaki, Vietnamese eatery, emergency training

Latest local news briefs include a new Vietnamese restaurant planning to open in Citrus Heights, a free “Stop the Bleed” emergency training being offered at a local fire station, and a teriyaki franchise reportedly eyeing a new location across from Sunrise Mall.

Teriyaki Madness eyes new location in Citrus Heights
A Denver-based teriyaki franchise is reportedly eyeing a 1,400-square-foot location in the Marketplace at Birdcage, according to the Sacramento Business Journal. Teriyaki Madness opened a West Sacramento site last year and is now eyeing Citrus Heights and El Dorado Hills for further expansion, the business news outlet reported. (See Biz Journal)

Vietnamese restaurant to take up vacant space next to Starbucks
A 5,400-square-foot vacant space in a new building on Sunrise Boulevard and Sungarden Drive is slated to become a new location of Huong Lan Sandwiches, which has locations in Folsom and South Sacramento. The eatery specializes in Vietnamese sandwiches, noodles, rice plates and also offers a variety of boba tea drinks, according to a menu online. It is unclear when the business will open (See Biz Journal story)

Metro Fire offers free ‘Stop the Bleed’ course
Metro Fire’s Community Emergency Response Team will offer a free three-hour course on Aug. 12, from 9 a.m. to noon, where participants will learn “three quick techniques to help save a life before someone bleeds out.” The training will be held behind Station 21 at 7641 Greenback Lane, according to a social media post by Metro Fire. Registration requests are to be sent to

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