The rain was a welcome sight for most of the Southland overnight, but in one part of Ventura County it came too hard and too fast, and it may have cost the life of one couple’s pet dog.
Some Camarillo-area residents spent Saturday cleaning up the mess left behind when a massive mud flow came down a hillside behind their homes on San Como Lane.
Residents were warned to stay away from the smoke when the blaze became a HazMat situation.
A big Southern California wildfire has been reduced to ashes and embers but authorities say it’s still a threat.
The Springs Fire was 75 percent contained as of early Monday, aided by cool, wet weather that hit the Southland overnight, Ventura County Fire Department officials said.
The Springs Fire, which has burned 28,000 acres in Ventura County, was 60 percent contained Sunday morning, according to the Ventura County Fire Department.
The Springs Fire that started Thursday near the 101 Freeway in Camarillo is 30 percent contained after scorching 28,000 acres in Ventura County and changing weather has brought some relief.
Authorities say a brush fire that started Thursday near the 101 Freeway in Camarillo is just 20 percent contained after scorching 28,000 acres in Ventura County.