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At least 5 dead as heavy rains trigger flooding, mudflows and freeway closures across Southern California


Heavy rains triggered freeway closures throughout the region Tuesday and unleashed mudflows in areas ravaged by wildfires last month, shutting down more than 30 miles of the 101 Freeway and leaving at least five people dead as rescue personnel scrambled through clogged roadways and downed trees, officials said.At least five people had died in the Montecito area after a heavy band of rain struck around 2:30 a.m. causing “waist-high” mudflows, according to Mike Eliason, a public information officer for the Santa Barbara County Fire Department. The mudflows knocked three homes from their foundations and left fire personnel rushing to free people trapped in vehicles and homes, according to Eliason, who said a child was among those injured. Additional details about the deaths were not immediately available.

Emergency crews in the area have also received numerous unconfirmed missing-person reports, Eliason said. “We’re still hoping that’s not the case,” he said. Around 8:30 a.m., Eliason said rescue crews were trying to save a man trapped inside a home that had been pushed into a row of trees. At least three structures had been “completely wiped away,” he said. The highest preliminary rainfall total appeared to register at roughly 5 inches in a gauge north of Ojai in Ventura County, in the burn area of the Thomas fire, which forced evacuations and destroyed homes last month, according to the National Weather Service in Los Angeles.

The 101 Freeway was shut down in both directions for more than 30 miles in the Thomas fire burn area because of flooding and debris flow, spanning an area from Santa Barbara to Ventura, according to the California Highway Patrol. Highway 33 also has been closed between Fairview and Rose Valley roads north of Ojai, according to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department.

In Los Angeles County, one person was killed when a big rig overturned in the northbound lanes of the 5 Freeway near Los Feliz, said Saul Gomez, public information officer for the California Highway Patrol’s Southern Division. All northbound lanes were closed as of 4 a.m., though Gomez said police were hoping to reopen the roadway by 8 a.m.


Bron afbeelding: LATimes

The victim, who was not identified, was approximately 60 years old, Gomez said. No one else was injured. While the accident happened as rain fell across Los Angeles County, Gomez said he could not confirm the crash was storm-related.

Santa Barbara County officials evacuated nearly 7,000 residents from foothill communities shortly before the heaviest surge hit the area, according to Kelly Hoover, a spokeswoman for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office. But not everyone heeded that call. Around 3 a.m., she said, the storm became ferocious.

“We just had a deluge, a power surge of rain. And we had a report of a structure fire burning in the Montecito area, the San Ysidro area. And it just kept going downhill from there,” she said. “We have people stuck in their homes, stuck in their cars. There’s downed power lines, flooded roadways, debris.”

Hoover said the shutdown of the 101 Freeway was heavily hindering rescue efforts. “There’s no way to get from Ventura here, no way for us to get south,” Hoover said. “We’re encouraging people to stay off the roads if they’re in an evacuation area.” By 8:30 a.m., the county’s dispatch center had at least 50 calls pending, she said. The U.S. Coast Guard sent rescue helicopters with hoist capabilities into the area on Tuesday morning, she said. In Los Angeles, city fire officials also launched a swift-water rescue to aid a man and a dog trapped in rising water near the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area.

Flooding in that area has caused road closures at Burbank Boulevard near the 405 Freeway and at the intersection of Hayvenhurst Avenue, the LAPD said. An LAPD cruiser became mired in a debris flow on La Tuna Canyon Road, according to authorities. The officer was uninjured and walked out of the vehicle. The cruiser was in the process of being dug out of the mud with a backhoe early Tuesday.

Also in Los Angeles County, a mudslide caused officials to close Topanga Canyon Boulevard, just north of Pacific Coast Highway, early Tuesday, and Burbank police were reporting “mudslide activity” that had dumped heavy debris onto Country Club Drive. The northbound lanes of the 110 Freeway near Redondo Beach Boulevard also have been closed because of flooding, the CHP said.


Bron afbeelding: LATimes

Alene Tchekmedyian, Brittny Mejia and Michael LivingstonIn the days leading up to Southern California’s first major storm in nearly a year, Patricia Beckmann Wells didn’t waste any time. She and her husband dropped sandbags around their rural Kagel Canyon home, near where the Creek fire swept through the mountains above Sylmar last month and forced... In the days leading up to Southern California’s first major storm in nearly a year, Patricia Beckmann Wells didn’t waste any time.

She and her husband dropped sandbags around their rural Kagel Canyon home, near where the Creek fire swept through the mountains above Sylmar last month and forced...(Alene Tchekmedyian, Brittny Mejia and Michael Livingston)The 101 Freeway was shut down in both directions for more than 30 miles in the Thomas fire burn area because of flooding and debris flow, spanning an area from Santa Barbara to Ventura, according to the California Highway Patrol. Highway 33 also has been closed between Fairview and Rose Valley roads north of Ojai, according to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department.

In Los Angeles County, one person was killed when a big rig overturned in the northbound lanes of the 5 Freeway near Los Feliz, said Saul Gomez, public information officer for the California Highway Patrol’s Southern Division. All northbound lanes were closed as of 4 a.m., though Gomez said police were hoping to reopen the roadway by 8 a.m. The victim, who was not identified, was approximately 60 years old, Gomez said. No one else was injured. While the accident happened as rain fell across Los Angeles County, Gomez said he could not confirm the crash was storm-related.


Bron afbeelding: LATimes

Santa Barbara County officials evacuated nearly 7,000 residents from foothill communities shortly before the heaviest surge hit the area, according to Kelly Hoover, a spokeswoman for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office. But not everyone heeded that call. Around 3 a.m., she said, the storm became ferocious.

“We just had a deluge, a power surge of rain. And we had a report of a structure fire burning in the Montecito area, the San Ysidro area. And it just kept going downhill from there,” she said. “We have people stuck in their homes, stuck in their cars. There’s downed power lines, flooded roadways, debris.”

Hoover said the shutdown of the 101 Freeway was heavily hindering rescue efforts. “There’s no way to get from Ventura here, no way for us to get south,” Hoover said. “We’re encouraging people to stay off the roads if they’re in an evacuation area.”

By 8:30 a.m., the county’s dispatch center had at least 50 calls pending, she said. The U.S. Coast Guard sent rescue helicopters with hoist capabilities into the area on Tuesday morning, she said.

Raw video of mudslides caused by heavy rains in southern California.SEE MORE VIDEOSIn Los Angeles, city fire officials also launched a swift-water rescue to aid a man and a dog trapped in rising water near the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area.


Bron afbeelding: LATimes

Flooding in that area has caused road closures at Burbank Boulevard near the 405 Freeway and at the intersection of Hayvenhurst Avenue, the LAPD said. An LAPD cruiser became mired in a debris flow on La Tuna Canyon Road, according to authorities. The officer was uninjured and walked out of the vehicle. The cruiser was in the process of being dug out of the mud with a backhoe early Tuesday.

Also in Los Angeles County, a mudslide caused officials to close Topanga Canyon Boulevard, just north of Pacific Coast Highway, early Tuesday, and Burbank police were reporting “mudslide activity” that had dumped heavy debris onto Country Club Drive. The northbound lanes of the 110 Freeway near Redondo Beach Boulevard also have been closed because of flooding, the CHP said.

The CHP also said heavy rains likely contributed to a crash that left one person dead on Highway 126 in Ventura County, about 2 miles from the Los Angeles County line, on Monday afternoon. One woman died and two others were injured in the five-car crash, the agency said.


Bron afbeelding: NWS/NOAA/LATimes

The National Weather Service was reporting rainfall totals of up to 4½ inches in Ventura County and 3 inches in Santa Barbara County as of 6 a.m. Nearly 1½ inches of rain had fallen in Bel Air, which could be susceptible to mudslides and debris flow because of damage caused by the Skirball fire last month.

Vast swaths of Southern California became subject to evacuation orders Monday as the powerful rainstorm was forecast to release a deluge on areas ravaged by wildfires last month. The heaviest rainfall was expected to hit Tuesday morning.

In Los Angeles County, sheriff’s deputies went door to door Monday alerting residents about the orders in Kagel, Lopez and Little Tujunga canyons. Those who refused to leave said they had to sign a form saying they understood the risk.

Residents in burn zones in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties, along with an area of Duarte, also were ordered to leave, while those in the Corona and Burbank burn areas were put on notice that they may have to evacuate if conditions worsened.

When a fire sweeps through an area, it not only burns the vegetation but damages the soil itself. The intense heat makes the soil unable to absorb water the way it normally would. In Montecito, some residents said they had shrugged off dire warnings about the rainstorm before waking up to the morning mess.


Bron afbeelding: LATimes

“I woke up ready this morning to laugh and scoff at all the gloom-and-doom predictions,” said Dominic Shiach, 50. “It’s actually way worse than I thought it was going to be.” Shiach wore a Navy raincoat as he walked Archie, his 3-year-old West Highland terrier, down Sycamore Canyon Road on Tuesday morning. Amber Anderson with the Santa Barbara Incident Management Team said there were about 75 people who called for help for evacuations. They, like Shiach, did not heed the warning to evacuate Monday.

Bron artikel: LAtimes.com | Gewijzigd: 18 januari, 19:00 uur, door Justin
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Death toll in California mudslides expected to rise

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The number of those killed by mudslides in California was expected to rise from at least 13 dead but rescue efforts would become easier on Wednesday after the powerful rain storm heads west and skies clear, authorities said.

Rescue personnel in Santa Barbara County early on Wednesday morning continued searching for victims where mudslides slammed into homes, covered highways and swept away vehicles early on Tuesday when more than a half-inch (1.5 cm) of rain fell in five minutes, a rate that far exceeds the normal flash flood threshold. 

“While we hope it will not, we expect this number to increase as we continue to look for people who are missing and unaccounted for,” Santa Barbara Sheriff Bill Brown of the death toll during a news conference on Tuesday. The upscale communities of Montecito and Carpenteria, just outside the city of Santa Barbara, were hardest hit. Over the past month California’s scenic coastline was ravaged by a series of intense wildfires that burned off vegetation.

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On Tuesday, emergency workers using search dogs and helicopters to rescue dozens of people stranded in mud-coated rubble in the normally pristine area, sandwiched between the ocean and the sprawling Los Padres National Forest, about 110 miles (180 km) north of Los Angeles. A 14-year-old girl was found alive after firefighters using rescue dogs heard cries for help from what was left of her Montecito home, the Los Angeles Times reported. “I thought I was dead there for a minute,” the teenager Lauren Cantin, covered in mud, said after workers spent six hours rescuing her, NBC News reported. About 300 people were stranded in a canyon. Local rescue crews, using borrowed helicopters from the U.S. Coast Guard, worked to airlift them out, officials said.

Heavy downpours struck before dawn on Tuesday after 7,000 residents in Santa Barbara County were ordered to evacuate and another 23,000 were urged to do so voluntarily, some of them for a second time since December. The county set up an evacuation shelter at Santa Barbara City College, where some people showed up drenched in mud, and also provided a place for people to take their animals. But only 10 to 15 percent complied with mandatory orders, said Amber Anderson, a spokeswoman for the Santa Barbara County Fire Department.

The number of fatalities surpassed the death toll from a California mudslide on Jan. 10, 2005, when 10 people were killed as a hillside gave way in the town of La Conchita, less than 20 miles south of the latest disaster.

Last month’s wildfires, the largest in California history, left the area vulnerable to mudslides. The fires burned away grass and shrubs that hold the soil in place and also baked a waxy layer into the earth that prevents water from sinking deeply into the ground. Some local residents had to flee their homes due to the fires last month and again this week because of the rains.

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Dodental door modderstromen Californië loopt op: 17 doden

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De verwoestende modderstromen door regenval in het zuiden van Californië hebben inmiddels zeventien levens geëist. Volgens de sheriff van Santa Barbara County worden nog zeker zeventien mensen vermist.

Door de massa's puin en modder die dinsdag van de hellingen kwamen werden honderd huizen vernield. 

Kinderen onder slachtoffers

De doden moeten nog worden geïdentificeerd, maar volgens de brandweer zijn ook minderjarigen het slachtoffer geworden van het natuurgeweld.

Omdat een groot deel van het gebied nog ontoegankelijk is, vrezen de autoriteiten meer doden.

Oprah Winfrey

Ook Oprah Winfrey woont in het getroffen gebied. Op haar Instagramaccount plaatste ze een video waarin ze laat zien hoe het gebied rond haar huis verwoest is door de modderstroom.

Slagveld

Met name het plaatsje Montecito, ten noorden van Los Angeles, werd hard getroffen. Reddingswerkers zoeken naar overlevenden. De sheriff beschreef de situatie als 'een slagveld uit de Eerste Wereldoorlog'.

Dezelfde regio werd onlangs geteisterd door natuurbranden. Veel vegetatie is daardoor verloren gegaan.
Bron: https://www.rtlnieuws.nl
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14 januari, 13:21 uur | Bericht #484740

Search for California mudslide survivors goes on

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The search for survivors of the deadly mudslides in parts of California’s scenic Santa Barbara County continued Sunday even as hopes dwindled to find anyone else alive, officials said.

“We’re still in rescue mode and we still hope to find someone alive, although the chances of that are becoming slim,” said Justin Cooper, a spokesperson for the multi-agency response team.

The death toll rose to 19 on Saturday and one person was found alive the same day as the hunt continued for five people who remain missing, Cooper said. They range in age from 2 to 62. Another 900 emergency personnel arrived this weekend to join the relief effort conducted by more than 2,100 personnel from local, state and federal agencies, including the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Navy and the American Red Cross. The ramped-up rescue effort is in response to urgent requests for additional manpower made earlier in the week.

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The disaster struck on Tuesday after heavy rains soaked the area near Montecito, north of Los Angeles, where vegetation had been denuded by the largest wildfire in California’s history. Sodden hillsides gave way, unleashing a torrent of mud, water, uprooted trees and boulders onto the valley below and killing victims aged from 3 to 89.

The destruction covered 30 square miles (78 square km), the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said, and forced the partial closure of one of California’s most celebrated coastal roads, Highway 101.Slideshow (4 Images)Officials ordered residents in most of the southeastern corner of Montecito, which is east of Santa Barbara, to leave their homes for what was likely to be one or two weeks.

Many fled to nearby Carpinteria, where local resident Tessa Nash said more than a few were communicating via a Facebook page called Carpinteria Swap, which is usually focused on the buying and selling of secondhand goods. These days, Nash said, it carries information about community-led blood drives and transportation tips.

“We’re really joined together,” she said. “We’re affected here in Carpinteria in the sense that we’re taking these people in and a lot of people are out of work because they can’t travel. It’s a trickle-down effect.”

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