According to fire officials, a mudslide in California caused many automobiles to become caught in the mud and debris flow.
Firefighters were dispatched to the mudslide to aid approximately 50 persons in two dozen cars. The sludge was said to have forced automobiles over the road.
The avalanche occurred on Pine Canyon Road between Shaffer Road and Blaisdell Road, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s tweet.
Units arrived at the area around 7:40 p.m., according to the agency. to assist in the release of vehicles unable to escape the mud and debris flow
According to the Los Angeles Fire Department, some persons were rescued on the ground while others were flown to safety by helicopters.
The mudslide closed southbound Lake Hughes Road south of Elizabeth Lake Road, as well as other roadways in the region.
On Saturday, a tropical cyclone steered off the Pacific Coast, bringing relief to California from an unpleasant and record-breaking heat wave.
In the Bay Area, onshore flow restored average temperatures, while southern California braced for rain and wind consequences.
Flooding is expected in coastal and mountain areas, with some inland areas receiving several inches of rain from Post-Tropical Cyclone Kay.
According to police, a parking lot in Seal Beach received minor flooding due to high tide.
After failing to land safely, a small civilian aircraft crashed into California’s San Diego Bay on Friday.
The small plane, a Learjet 35, landed between a stretch of rocks and the bay off a runway at Naval Air Station North Island, according to video on San Diego Web Cam’s YouTube page.
After the disaster, two persons were able to flee the plane. The two passengers were transported to the hospital as a precaution but were not seriously injured.