Sand Canyon HOA Prepares For Potential Of Mudslides (CA)
The Sand Fire scorched over 40,000 acres near Sand Canyon this summer. And the recent rain puts this area at risk again. “After a fire, there is a layer of film on the top of the soil,” said Inspector Gustavo Medina of the Los Angeles County Fire Department. “When it rains, the water builds up and mud slides down the hill.” There have been no reports of mudslides or flooding, Medina said. Read the article…………..
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