(LOS ANGELES) — Drivers in southern California had to be rescued from their cars after heavy rain storms triggered mudslides in the area.
Vehicles were completely buried under a sea of mud that shut down a 30-mile stretch of Interstate 5 — one of California’s busiest highways. A number of secondary roads also have been left impassable from the mudflow.
ABC News’ Ginger Zee warns that more wet weather could be on the way in the western U.S. Watch the video:
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