In pictures Mudslides hit California after heavy rain

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Thirteen dead in Montecito rains and mudslides

- hrnww.com
10 Jan 2018
California (HRNW): At least 13 people are dead amid "waist-deep" mudslides in Southern California, where heavy rains triggered flooding, say officials. Some 163 people have been taken to hospital. Twenty had "storm-related injuries" and four were critically hurt. A group of up to 300 people are reportedly trapped in Romero Canyon, east of Santa Barbara. Police said the ...

At least 13 dead in southern California mudslide

10 Jan 2018
Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 9:28 AM - Officials have confirmed that at least 13 people have died in Southern California after persistent heavy rain triggered flash flooding and mudslides on Tuesday. Those numbers are expected to rise as rescue efforts and the search for survivors continue on Wednesday.
- theweathernetwork.com

At Least 13 Dead in California Storm, Mudslides

- firefighternation.com
10 Jan 2018
In this photo provided by Santa Barbara County Fire Department, Santa Barbara County Fire Search Dog Reilly looks for victims in damaged and destroyed homes in Montecito, Calif. following deadly runoff of mud and debris from heavy rain on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. At least five people were killed and homes were swept from their foundations Tuesday as heavy rain sent mud and ...

Deadly rains in Southern California send rivers of mud into homes, trigger fire, flooding

10 Jan 2018
MONTECITO, Calif. -- Chaos swept across California's Santa Barbara County on Tuesday after a powerful overnight storm hammered the region with heavy rains, leading to the deaths of at least six people -- and a dramatic rescue of a girl pinned by debris, authorities said.
- nbcnews.com

Death Toll Hits 15 in California Mudslides

- jems.com
10 Jan 2018
The mud was unleashed in the dead of night by flash flooding in the steep Santa Ynez Mountains, where hillsides were stripped of vegetation last month by the biggest wildfire on record in California, a 440-square-mile blaze that destroyed 1,063 homes and other structures.

Death toll in California mudslides expected to rise, at least 13 dead

10 Jan 2018
A bulldozer clears mud off the road near a flooded section of US 101 freeway in Montecito, Calif., on Tuesday. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in Southern California and killed more than a dozen, police said. ( Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images)
- cbc.ca

Southern California wildfires paved the way for deadly mudslides

- yahoo.com
10 Jan 2018
PHOTO: Firefighters rescue a 14-year-old girl trapped inside a destroyed home during heavy rains in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. Heavy rains overnight combined with large areas burned by the Thomas Fire combined for flash flooding and mudslide risk. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire via EPA)

At least 13 dead as mudslides wipe away homes in fire

10 Jan 2018
LOS ANGELES -- Mudslides, floods and cascading debris swept away buildings, inundated roads and killed 13 people in Southern California as thousands of residents of an area recently devastated by wildfires were forced to flee their homes from the potent forces unleashed by yet another disaster.
- washingtonpost.com

At least 15 dead in Santa Barbara County as storm causes flooding, mudslides

- fox5dc.com
10 Jan 2018
MONTECITO, Calif. (FOX 11/ CNS) - Heavy rain falling in parts of Southern California Tuesday morning wreaked havoc in Santa Barbara County and especially in Montecito where some homes slid off their foundations, twenty people were injured, at least 15 people were killed and an unknown amount are still missing.
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