By CBSLA Staff

MALIBU (CBSLA) — Campers were evacuated from the Leo Carrillo State Park campground Thursday morning after a nearby creek began flooding from the rain.

Los Angeles County firefighters were able to assist approximately 50 people in leaving the campground.

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“We had some campers that were trapped, unable to make it higher ground, due to fast-moving water,” said Los Angeles County Fire Department Capt. Ron Haralson. “Their vehicles were flooded up to the doors. We were able to assist/rescue 27 people to safety.”

The fire crews were working on a plan to get them out of the area. Ventura County firefighters were assisting L.A. County crews.

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David Saul, the owner of Malibu Emergency Preparedness Solutions, captured a video of the rushing water.

Fire crews said there were about 20 trailers at the campsite as of Thursday morning.

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No injuries were reported.