Oct 16, 2015

The Latest: Mudslide Rescuers Use Tarps to Help Drivers - ABC News

The latest on mudslides that closed a California interstate (all times local): 11:30 a.m. Rescuers threw ladders and tarps across mud up to 6 feet deep to help hundreds of trapped people from cars that got caught in flash-flooding and a mudslide along a major Southern California...

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