Fire officials say fallout from a retreating Southern California storm has left up to 20 homes swamped with mud in San Bernardino County.
A powerful storm dumped more rain on already waterlogged Southern California on Wednesday, washing hillsides onto highways, endangering houses in canyons and forcing rescuers to pluck dozens of motorists from flooded streets.
More than 200 residents have been told to evacuate their homes in La Canada Flintridge and La Crescenta.
A nine-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway remains closed Tuesday due to unstable cliffs and several rockslides
A storm is walloping parts of Southern California with up to seven inches of rain, minor flooding and mudslides.