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torrential rains from a strong tropical storm are wreaking havoc across California the weather system nicknamed the pineapple express for its origin in Hawaii dumped staggering levels of rainfall and triggered massive flooding and mud slides some like a tornado kind of but then I thought it was an earthquake Lisa mall Burt lives in the Sausalito neighborhood where mud slides sent homes tumbling down the hill I heard a noise which I thought maybe it might have been a it's just a big loud rumble I don't those going on this earthquake or tree fell or something the rushing water was so powerful it caused a concrete wall in lake Elsinore to collapse heavy rains also inundated southern California closing off roads and leaving some drivers stranded when waters quickly submerged cars when the police came and I said the water , should I get out of the car and the police said yeah you can get out of the car so I waited across officials are also warning of possible avalanches in the Sierra Nevada mountains where forecasters are predicting up to seven feet of snow