Los Angeles records 475 mudslides during historic storm that has drenched Southern California

The storm continued to pose new hazards, with the National Weather Service issuing a rare tornado warning for San Diego County. The warning was cancelled shortly after it was issued, with forecasters explaining that the storm no longer appeared capable of producing a twister even if it briefly turned some San Diego streets into rivers.

Officials expressed relief that the storm hadn’t yet killed anyone or caused a major catastrophe in Los Angeles despite its size and intensity, though there were seven deaths reported elsewhere, including one early Tuesday at the California-Mexico border when someone trying to enter the United States was swept up by a swollen Tijuana River channel, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

@FlyingSquid@lemmy.world avatar

I lived in the Hollywood Hills in the mid-00s. I wonder if my apartment is even there now?

nicetriangle avatar

Damn that is not something you read in the news every day. Pretty insane.

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