The main road between Orange County and southwest Riverside County has reopened after workers cleared a rock slide that brought boulders onto the road.
The storm that dumped as much as four inches of rain over the eastern San Gabriel Mountains Sunday left one person dead and many more stranded.
The unidentified male driver was the solo occupant of a 1993 Toyota Corolla.
Alex and Janis Yim were traveling on Carbon Canyon Road east of the 57 Freeway on Friday when the earth moved and boulders came tumbling down the hillside around them.
Northbound and southbound lanes of Pacific Coast Highway were shut down for several hours Friday morning due to a rockslide, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A second night of heavy rain brought traffic headaches to Southland roadways Tuesday.
A storm is walloping parts of Southern California with up to seven inches of rain, minor flooding and mudslides.