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Hope fades for mud survivors

14 Enero 2018, 06:17 | Crisanna Felipe

Search Efforts Continue After California Mudslides Killed At Least 15

Mud fills the interior of a car destroyed in a rain-driven mudslide in a neighborhood under mandatory evacuation in Burbank

A voluntary evacuation for a possible mudslide felt less serious, he said, because most residents had never experienced one, and because each person's interpretation of when to evacuate is different.

The 17 victims range in age from 3 to 89, all residents of the scenic coastal community northwest of Los Angeles.

Firefighters and other emergency officials have been walking the affected neighborhoods, searching for survivors who may be trapped in mud-filled homes.

Helicopters were used to hoist more than 50 people to safety from roofs, where they scrambled to escape the mud or because debris had blocked roads and left them stranded.

Mud fills the interior of a auto destroyed in a rain-driven mudslide in a neighborhood under mandatory evacuation in Burbank.

"But realistically we suspect that we are going to continue to have discovery of people who were killed in this incident".

"It goes without saying how incredibly devastating this time is for their loved ones", Brown said. "This remains a very active search and rescue mission."In updating the missing figure, Brown said that the precise number could fluctuate significantly".

The 80-member Urban Search and Rescue team was launched in 1995 after the county's public works and fire departments made a decision to start the multi-discipline unit.

Those who did not lose their homes have been told to leave for up to two weeks so they will not interfere with the rescue and recovery operation.

Members of the Ventura County Fire Department happened to be in the area, too, and Oprah gave them some camera time to update all of us on the status of their rescue mission. ". We didn't take it serious (ly) enough".

Cottage Hospital said it was treating 12 remaining patients, four of whom were in critical condition.

"The house is destroyed, but you know, there's just so many others who are less fortunate".

"We got it out, got the mud out of its mouth". Tige said he was checking the downspouts of his home around 3:30 a.m. when the storm picked up. Rainwater drenched and destabilized the hillsides above Montecito that the recent wildfire had stripped bare of vegetation. It wasn't fully contained until this week.

This was the first notable rain event during the region's rainy season, and the first time heavy precipitation fell since a series of large wildfires scorched hundreds of square miles.

Rebecca Riskin, a 61-year-old retired professional ballerina and founder of real estate firm Riskin Partners, died in Montecito as a result of the flooding and mudslides in the area, the firm confirmed in a Facebook post and statement.

"Most injuries we saw were related to fast-moving debris", Wilson said.

What can be done?

The family rode out the storm on kitchen counters as the debris smashed through the walls and exposed the lower level of the two-story house and one of the upstairs bedrooms. Authorities warned Monday that many in Montecito should flee ahead of the rains, but not everyone did.

"Thomas Tighe said he stepped outside his Montecito home in the middle of the night and heard 'a deep rumbling, an ominous sound I knew was. boulders moving as the mud was rising'".



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