California Storm Live Updates: Evacuations Ordered as Mudslide and Flood Risks Grow

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California Storm Live Updates: Evacuations Ordered as Mudslide and Flood Risks Grow

Thousands of residents were told to leave their homes as heavy rain caused flooding in parts of California. Relentless storms have killed at least 17 people since late December.

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More heavy rain is expected. Here’s the latest.

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Relentless rains that started falling on Sunday have flooded parts of Los Angeles and led to evacuation orders for nearly 50,000 residents across California as rivers continue to rise and mudslide fears grow. At least 17 people have died since late December, when storms started pounding the state.

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