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>> Don't get out, don't get out.>> This fast falling rain, causing a mess in California. Part of this hillside in Ventura County slid right onto the highway.>> It's about eight inches thick in the slow lane, and about three inches thick in the fast lane. We were able to shut down the lane to one lane.
>> A busy day for rescue crews, as creeks quickly turned into raging rivers.
e strong winds and soaking rains, brought down trees, damaging homes and cars. Thousands are without power. One man was killed when he was electrocuted by a downed wire in Los Angeles. Another person was found dead in a submerged car.
>> If you can't see the pavement, you don't know if it's still there.>> One woman was injured, when her car fell into a massive sinkhole. The rain is expected to taper off over the weekend, but is slated to return for the beginning of the workweek.