California Storms Force Evacuations
INSIDE EDITION reports from southern California where a week of torrential storms has put the region in a state of emergency. Thousands were evacuated and fears of mudslides have many people on the edge.
A week of torrential storms ravaged areas throughout Southern California this week with tornado-like winds and 20 foot waves. Thousands of residents were evacuated and many are trying to save their homes from mudslides. A state of emergency has been declared in five California counties.
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