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Rains, mudslides prompt Southern California evacuations

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About 2,000 homes in the San Bernardino Mountains are under evacuation orders. Mudslides sent boulders across roads, carrying away cars and prompting evacuations. The rains were the remnants of a tropical storm that brought high winds and some badly needed rainfall. The Fairview Fire in Southern California and the Mosquito Fire east of Sacramento are burning.
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Rains, mudslides prompt Southern California evacuations

Heavy rains Monday unleashed mudslides in a mountain area east of Los Angeles that burned two years ago, sending boulders and other debris across roads and prompting evacuation and shelter-in-place orders for thousands of residents.

5 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Southern California mudslides damage homes, carry away cars

Rescuers searched for a person missing in a mudslide Tuesday as big yellow tractors plowed through dark, thick sludge and pushed boulders off roads after flash floods swept dirt, rocks and trees down fire-scarred slopes, washed away cars and buried buildings in small mountain communities in Southern California.

5 months ago·Canada
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Rain, mudslides force Southern Calif. evacuations

Heavy rains Monday unleashed mudslides in a mountain area east of Los Angeles that burned two years ago, sending boulders and other debris across roads and prompting evacuation and shelter-in-place orders for thousands of residents. (Sept. 13)

5 months ago·United States
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Southern California mudslides damage homes, carry away cars

OAK GLEN, Calif. — Cleanup efforts and damage assessments were underway Tuesday east of Los Angeles after heavy rains unleashed mudslides in a mountain area scorched by a wildfire two

5 months ago·United States
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Rains, mudslides prompt Southern California evacuations - Local News 8

By STEFANIE DAZIO Associated PressLOS ANGELES (AP) — Thousands of residents were under evacuation and shelter-in-place orders early Tuesday after heavy rains unleashed mudslides in a mountain area east of Los Angeles that burned two years ago, sending boulders and other debris across roads.Firefighters went street by street in the community of Forest Falls Monday night to make sure no residents were trapped. Eric Sherwin, spokesperson for the Sa…

5 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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Landslides cause evacuations in California

Thousands of people are ordered to evacuate or stay in their homes after torrential downpours that caused landslides in an area east of Los Angeles burned by fires two years ago

5 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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