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Why The California Mudslides Have Been So Deadly | HuffPost11 Jan 2018 Unheeded evacuation warnings, late emergency alerts and an area primed for flooding after wildfires all were factors.
Why California's mudslides are so devastating - CNN - CNN.com10 Jan 2018 Catastrophic mudslides have swallowed homes and killed at least 15 people in Southern California. A variety of unique factors have made them especially calamitous. Heavy rains unleashed deadly mudslides Tuesday that damaged or swept away dozens of homes in Southern California. Hide Caption.
Why California mudslides are happening: 17 killed, more missingEight people are still missing as of Thursday morning. The mudslides have to do with the fires that ravaged Santa Barbara County in December. At least 17 people have been killed by extreme mudslides in California — here's why the situation has gotten so deadly. Jeremy Berke. Jan. 11, 2018, 5:06 PM; 683. facebook
Deadly California mudslide 'like Niagara falls' as hills turn to rivers of10 Jan 2018 At least 15 people have been killed, with the death toll expected to rise, after heavy rains caused a violent mudslide exacerbated by recent wildfire damage. Swaths of southern California are in need after nature's latest battering, this time in the form of heavy rains which unleashed massive debris flows,
Why The California Mudslides Have Been So Deadly - YouTube11 Jan 2018 It was only several weeks ago that firefighters confronted the largest wildfire in the history of the state of California, on Thursday rescue crews continue to search wreckage for missing people. It has been several days since powerful mudslides swept through the Southern California community of Montecito,
Mudslides, Wildfires, and Drought—California's Deadly Weather10 Jan 2018 Years of chopping down trees had stripped the area of strong roots, rendering it barren and vulnerable to heavy rains. Researchers said the excessive logging made the landscape more prone to floods, and if trees had been in place, maybe the mudslide wouldn't have been as disastrous. (Read:
Deadly California mudslides show the need for maps and zoning16 Jan 2018 Scenic hill slopes can be inspiring – or deadly, as we are seeing after the disastrous debris flows that have ravaged the community of Montecito, California in the wake of heavy rains on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. At least 20 people are dead, and four remain missing. More than a hundred buildings have been
Southern California Hillsides Remain Vulnerable After Deadly - NPR12 Jan 2018 Mudslides have been a fact of life in Southern California for decades. The National Weather Service's list of floods, mudslides, debris flows and landslides in the area is over 60 pages long. After the La Conchita landslide that killed 10 people in Jan. 2005, the USGS said historical evidence showed that
Oprah shows devastation in deadly California mudslides | Daily Mail14 Jan 2018 Search and rescue dogs have been brought in to help emergency responders find the four people still missing after California's deadly mudslides on Tuesday. The death toll Her 12-year-old sister Sawyer had previously been discovered dead after their home was swept away this week. Morgan Corey
California Mudslides: 'It's Apocalyptic' - Video - NYTimes.com9 Jan 2018 At least 18 people have been killed in mudslides in California. Survivors — including Oprah Winfrey — are slogging through the rubble and trying to recover.
Rescuers 'searching for a miracle' in California mudslide zone11 Jan 2018 Rescuers picking through waist-deep mud on Thursday, two days after a massive mudslide killed at least 17 people along Southern California's coast, “There have been many miraculous stories of people lasting many days (following similar disasters) and certainly we are searching for a miracle right
Photos of California's Deadly Mudslides - The Atlantic11 Jan 2018 On Tuesday, heavy rains fell north of Los Angeles, turning many of these hillsides into torrents of mud and boulders that destroyed dozens of homes and damaged hundreds more. At the moment, 17 deaths have been reported, as search and rescue teams are looking for eight missing people, who may still