Southern California begins repairs after a storm
In Southern California Saturday afternoon the repair work started on the damage that the heaviest storm in five years time in the area has done. The heavy rain – and snowfall and powerful wind gusts, which resulted at least three people’s lives.
The wet weather followed a long period of drought, thus ended up the state from one extreme to the other.
The storm made the past few days for mudslides, flooding and power outages, but is now to the east, left for Nevada and Arizona. Also for the northern California gets more rain expected.
A 55-year-old man was electrocuted when an electricity cable snapped and he landed. In Victorville was the search and rescue of a body in a flood engulfed the car, and Saturday afternoon was in Thousand Oaks the body of a man found, that the water was swept away.