“First, the Fire was the worst case scenario in Southern California and now this Flood. According to Santa Barbara County Fire Department spokesman Mike Eliason
Thomas fire only a few weeks earlier and now heavy rain cause the ocean to send massive mud into the people homes.
Atleast Five people were killed. And approximate eight were badly injured after rain strike the Santa Barbara County early Tuesday around 2:30 a.m
This heavy rains cause flooding, mudflows and closures of freeway across Southern California.
Thousands evacuated as first major rainstorm in a year 2018 hits in this region
According to the officials, mudslides are possible in the mountains of Santa Barbara and Ventura counties as there was massive Thomas fire.
On Monday afternoon, Los Angeles County issue evacuations warning in
These areas were hit by fires in December.
Duarte Officials also ordered to evacuate at 7 p.m. for those who live in the Fish fire burn area. A shelter will open at 1600 Huntington Drive.
Also in Santa Barbara County neighborhoods that down below areas recently burned by wildfires.
Residents of following areas informed to evacuate by Monday afternoon:- *
#north of Highway 192,
#east of Cold Springs Road,
#west of Highway 150/the county line,
#along Tecolote Canyon,
#Dos Pueblos Canyon,
#Whittier fire burn areas near Goleta.
Santa Barbara County officials said that there is Evacuation warning issued for all areas of
#south of Highway 192 to the ocean
#east of Hot Springs Road/Olive Mill Road to Highway 150/county line
In Los Angeles County, Burbank issued evacuation warning for the residents living in the areas burned by the La Tuna fire.
As per Officials there is no estimation on how many people stuck in the mud or how many homes damage due to storm.
Due to Heavy Rain a section of Terminal 2, there was flood at Los Angeles International Airport.
Though Rainfall totals up to 4.5 inches in Ventura County and 3 inches in Santa Barbara County as of 6 a.m, The National Weather Service informed.