Jan 9, 2018

Police said the scene "looked like a World War One battlefield"

(Reuters)
(Twitter/Eliason Mike)
At least 13 people are dead amid "waist-deep" mudslides in Southern California, where heavy rains triggered flooding, say officials.
Some 163 people have been taken to hospital. Twenty had "storm-related injuries" and four were critically hurt.


A group of up to 300 people are reportedly trapped in Romero Canyon, east of Santa Barbara.
Police said the scene "looked like a World War One battlefield"
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/world-us-canada-42624408

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