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January 15, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: The Montecito city sign along the 101 freeway in Montecito, California. (Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 14, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Firefighters clear mud in a flooded garage park at the Bonnymede Shore Association housing complex in Montecito. (Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 14, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Work crews continue cleaning mud from Highway 101 in Montecito. (Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 14, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: A Montecito freeway sign sits in mud on Highway 101. (Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 14, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Los Angeles City firefighter Jeffrey Neu gives water to Faith, a human remains detection dog, while searching in a wood pile in Montectio Creek. (Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 14, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: A worker pulls a tubing from the mud on Highway 101 in Montecito. (Michael Owen Baker/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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Emergency services tackle to destruction caused by the mudslides in Montecito, California. Crews fought to remove mud, debris and break down huge boulders whoch had hit the town on Tuesday. Houses were completely obliterated in the slide and others suffered extensive damage. One that could be seen had the side ripped off, exposing shelves of children's toys upstairs and the kitchen downstairs. Other items, such as a mattress and a bike, were found on the side of the street, completely caked in mud. So far 18 lives have been claimed by the disaster and rescue efforts continue for at least seven missing people. Dogs were bought in to aid the search for bodies.
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The exclusive San Ysidro Ranch remains closed off after the devastating mudslide in Montecito, California. The luxury getaway - a favourite among celebrities - was hit by the mudslide and suffered extensive damage. Closed off to the public, one worker on site declared it a 'construction site' and 'unsafe' as a result. Pictured: San Ysidro Ranch
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The exclusive San Ysidro Ranch remains closed off after the devastating mudslide in Montecito, California. The luxury getaway - a favourite among celebrities - was hit by the mudslide and suffered extensive damage. Closed off to the public, one worker on site declared it a 'construction site' and 'unsafe' as a result. Pictured: San Ysidro Ranch
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The exclusive San Ysidro Ranch remains closed off after the devastating mudslide in Montecito, California. The luxury getaway - a favourite among celebrities - was hit by the mudslide and suffered extensive damage. Closed off to the public, one worker on site declared it a 'construction site' and 'unsafe' as a result. Pictured: San Ysidro Ranch
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January 13, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Workmen are knee deep in mud along a flooded stretch of U.S. Highway 101 in Montecito on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2017, (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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A Cal Fire search and rescue crew walks through mud near homes damaged by storms in Montecito, Calif., Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. The mudslide, touched off by heavy rain, took many homeowners by surprise early Tuesday, despite warnings issued days in advance that mudslides were possible because recent wildfires had stripped hillsides of vegetation that normally holds soil in place. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez), APTOPIX
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January 12, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Crews use vacuums in an effort to remove mud from the 101 Freeway at Olive Mill Road in Montecito Friday morning, January 12, 2018. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times / Polaris)
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January 12, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: A vehicle remains stranded in mud on East Valley Road next to Cold Springs Creek near Parra Grande Lane as water rose above its banks destroying many homes in Montecito after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times / Polaris)
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(180112) -- MONTECITO, Jan. 12, 2018 (Xinhua) -- This photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department shows cleanup of mud and debris in Montecito, the United States, Jan. 10, 2018. Eight people are still missing in deadly mudslides that have claimed 17 lives so far in Santa Barbara County in the western U.S. state of California, local authorities said Thursday. (Xinhua/Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department) (whw) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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(180112) -- MONTECITO, Jan. 12, 2018 (Xinhua) -- This photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department shows the aftermath of mudslide in Montecito, the United States, Jan. 10, 2018. Eight people are still missing in deadly mudslides that have claimed 17 lives so far in Santa Barbara County in the western U.S. state of California, local authorities said Thursday. (Xinhua/Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department) (whw) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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(180112) -- MONTECITO, Jan. 12, 2018 (Xinhua) -- This photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department shows damage from a mudflow in a chapel in Montecito, the United States, Jan. 11, 2018. Eight people are still missing in deadly mudslides that have claimed 17 lives so far in Santa Barbara County in the western U.S. state of California, local authorities said Thursday. (Xinhua/Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department) (whw) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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Armando Gutierrez, left, and Rob Child, both of the San Luis Obispo Fire Department, search for bodies after a mudslide in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 10, 2018. At least 17 people were killed in mud flows Tuesday so powerful that some one-story ranch homes in the area, which is northwest of Los Angeles, were covered up to their gutters. (Sky Gilbar/The New York Times)
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Terry Connery, center, is rescued from his home by John Cecena, left, and Mark Todd after flash floods ripped through his neighborhood in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 10, 2018. At least 17 people were killed in mud flows Tuesday so powerful that some one-story ranch homes in the area, which is northwest of Los Angeles, were covered up to their gutters. (Sky Gilbar/The New York Times)
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January 11, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Brian Bement of the San Bernardino Search and Rescue looks for surviors and or bodies along the East Cold Springs Creek in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Wednesday. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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(180111) -- MONTECITO, Jan. 11, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Photo taken on Jan. 9, 2018 shows an aerial view of Montecito, California, the United States. At least 17 people, including children, were killed and scores of homes destroyed as mudslides hit Southern California, still reeling from the impact of devastating wildfires, local authorities said Wednesday. (Xinhua/Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department) (wlk) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Overall, shows shows mud and debris surrounding homes in Montecito on January 10, 2018. At least 15 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Overall, shows the 101 freeway under water at Olive Mill Road in Montecito. At least 15 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: A home off of Romero Canyon in Montecito is inundated in mud on January 10, 2018. At least 15 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: A golf course located near Romero Canyon Rd in Montecito is caked in mud as a result of the recent storm. At least 15 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Two homes still smoke from fire that destroyed them surrounded by mud and debris in Montecito in an aerial view from a California National Guard Blackhawk Helicopter used for hoist rescues of victims of the mud and debris flows in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Crews work in the Romero Canyon area surrounded by mud and debris in Montecito in an aerial view from a California National Guard Blackhawk Helicopter used for hoist rescues of victims of the mud and debris flows in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Orange County search and rescue crews began looking for missing people along Olive Mill Road and Hot Springs Road in Montecito. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Crews work to clear debris from the closed 101 freeway at Olive Mill Road in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Overall, shows shows mud and debris surrounding homes in Montecito on January 10, 2018. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Crews work to clear debris from the closed 101 freeway at Olive Mill Road in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: The 101 Freeway remains closed as mud and debris clog the roadway at the Olive Mill Road overpass in Montecito in an aerial view from a California National Guard Blackhawk Helicopter used for hoist rescues of victims of the mud and debris flows in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Crews work to clear debris from the closed 101 freeway at Olive Mill Road in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: A home in the Romero Canyon area is surrounded by mud and debris in Montecito in an aerial view from a California National Guard Blackhawk Helicopter used for hoist rescues of victims of the mud and debris flows in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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MONTECITO, CA - JANUARY 10, 2018: Some homes high on the mountainside are unscathed in an aerial view from a California National Guard Blackhawk Helicopter used for hoist rescues of victims of the mud and debris flows in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018 after a rainstorm sent mud and debris through Montecito neighborhoods. The death toll from massive debris flows that buried homes and cars under a torrent of mud and boulders rose to 17 in Montecito, where emergency personnel and the U.S. Coast Guard continued rescue operations. About 300 people who were stuck in their homes in Montecito's Romero Canyon neighborhood throughout the debris field were rescued last night. Some residents were still stuck and first responders planned to launch helicopter rescues at daybreak. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Looking South at San Ysidro Creek in the Santa Ynez Mountains which brought mud and debris into Montecito neighborhoods in an aerial view from a California National Guard Blackhawk Helicopter used for hoist rescues of victims of the mud and debris flows in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times / Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Homes along East Mountain Drive near Hot Springs Road in Montecito looking North at the creeks in the Santa Ynez Mountains which brought mud and debris into Montecito neighborhoods in an aerial view from a California National Guard Blackhawk Helicopter used for hoist rescues of victims of the mud and debris flows in Montecito Wednesday January 10, 2018. (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times / Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: A member of the search and rescue team inpsects property near a home along Glen Oaks Drive in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Wednesday. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: Cal Firefighter Alex Jimenez marks the spot where he just found a body under the mud at a house along Glen Oaks Drive in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Wednesday. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 10, 2018 - Montecito, California USA: A firefighter inspects a home along Glen Oaks Drive in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Wednesday. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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(180110) -- MONTECITO, Jan. 10, 2018 (Xinhua) -- Cars washed away are piled up outside a housing complex in Montecito, Santa Barbara, the United States, on Jan. 9, 2018. At least 13 people have been killed in the southern California mudslides caused by a winter storm and the death toll is likely to increase, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown told a news conference on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Zhao Hanrong) (whw) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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(180110) -- MONTECITO, Jan. 10, 2018 (Xinhua) -- A car drives on a muddy road in Montecito, Santa Barbara, the United States, on Jan. 9, 2018. At least 13 people have been killed in the southern California mudslides caused by a winter storm and the death toll is likely to increase, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown told a news conference on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Zhao Hanrong) (whw) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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(180110) -- MONTECITO, Jan. 10, 2018 (Xinhua) -- A bulldozer clears the debris in Montecito, Santa Barbara, the United States, on Jan. 9, 2018. At least 13 people have been killed in the southern California mudslides caused by a winter storm and the death toll is likely to increase, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown told a news conference on Tuesday. (Xinhua/Zhao Hanrong) (whw) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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In this photo provided by Santa Barbara County Fire Department, homes were destroyed along San Ysidro Creek near East Valley Road in Montecito, Calif., Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018. Runoff from heavy rain early Tuesday brought boulders, mudflow, and debris down on them. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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In this photo provided by Santa Barbara County Fire Department, firefighters successfully rescue a 14-year-old girl, right, after she was trapped for hours inside a destroyed home in Montecito, Calif., Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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In this photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department, shows a semi-tractor trailer sits stuck in mud on U.S. Highway 101, in Montecito, Calif. on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine
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January 9, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: A mangled car along with other debris stack up aguainst a tree along Hot Springs Road in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Tuesday. At least 13 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 9, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: A sheriffs deputy stands near a dead body near Hot Springs Road in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Tuesday. At least 13 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 9, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Sheriffs deputies carry a body from the debris near Hot Springs Road in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Tuesday. At least 13 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 9, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Mangled cars are stuck near Olive Mill Road in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Tuesday. At least 13 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 9, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: Mark Olson tries to access his house as he climbs through mud in his back yard along Olive Mill Road in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Tuesday. At least 13 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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January 9, 2018 - Montecito, California, United States: A car sits along along Olive Mill Road in Montecito after a major storm hit the burn area Tuesday. At least 13 people were killed today after a powerful winter storm drenching Southern California sent mud, rocks and debris plummeting down wildfire-scarred hillsides and into several neighborhoods, some of which house lavish celebrity homes. More people are believed to be dead, and at least 25 people were injured and others unaccounted for. Rescues have unfolded throughout the day in Montecito, an enclave that includes the mansions of Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and several other celebrities. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Polaris)
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Muddy debris covers U.S. Route 101 after heavy rains triggered mudslides in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. At least 13 people were killed on Tuesday as a vast area northwest of Los Angeles as a driving rainstorm triggered floods and mudslides. (Andrew Cullen/The New York Times)
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A disabled semitrailer amid muddy debris on U.S. Route 101 after heavy rains triggered mudslides in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. At least 13 people were killed on Tuesday as a vast area northwest of Los Angeles as a driving rainstorm triggered floods and mudslides. (Andrew Cullen/The New York Times)
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In a Santa Barbara County Fire Department photo, mud and debris fill the Olive Mill Road underpass on U.S. 101 from flooding on Montecito Creek in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. Drenching rain sent mud roaring down the hillsides of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday, killing at least five people, carrying houses off their foundations, snapping telephone poles and wrapping vehicles around trees, the authorities said. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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In a Santa Barbara County Fire Department photo, rocks cover a road after a mudslide in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. Drenching rain sent mud roaring down the hillsides of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday, killing at least five people, carrying houses off their foundations, snapping telephone poles and wrapping vehicles around trees, the authorities said. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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In a Santa Barbara County Fire Department photo, Reilly, a search dog with the fire department, looks for victims amid debris from homes destroyed by a mudslide in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. Drenching rain sent mud roaring down the hillsides of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday, killing at least five people, carrying houses off their foundations, snapping telephone poles and wrapping vehicles around trees, the authorities said. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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Gabriel Panduro, whose semitrailer was disabled in mud overnight, walks past equipment removed mud and debris after heavy rains triggered mudslides in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. At least 13 people were killed on Tuesday as a vast area northwest of Los Angeles as a driving rainstorm triggered floods and mudslides. (Andrew Cullen/The New York Times)
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Flooded cars after heavy rains triggered mudslides in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. At least 13 people were killed on Tuesday as a vast area northwest of Los Angeles as a driving rainstorm triggered floods and mudslides. (Andrew Cullen/The New York Times)
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In a Santa Barbara County Fire Department photo, emergency workers rescue a 14-year-old girl, right, after she was trapped inside a home destroyed by a mudslide in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. Drenching rain sent mud roaring down the hillsides of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday, killing at least five people, carrying houses off their foundations, snapping telephone poles and wrapping vehicles around trees, the authorities said. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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In a Santa Barbara County Fire Department photo, emergency workers look through debris of structures destroyed by a mudslide in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. Drenching rain sent mud roaring down the hillsides of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday, killing at least five people, carrying houses off their foundations, snapping telephone poles and wrapping vehicles around trees, the authorities said. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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In a Santa Barbara County Fire Department photo, mud and debris from a mudslide in Montecito, Calif., Jan. 9, 2018. Drenching rain sent mud roaring down the hillsides of Santa Barbara County on Tuesday, killing at least five people, carrying houses off their foundations, snapping telephone poles and wrapping vehicles around trees, the authorities said. (Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via The New York Times) -- FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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A car washed downhill in a rain-driven mudslide are seen in a neighborhood under mandatory evacuation in Burbank, California, January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California, authorities said Tuesday. Five people were reported killed. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck
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Mud runs over a road on January 9, 2018, in Burbank, California. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California, authorities said Tuesday. Five people were reported killed. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck
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Mud fills a street after a rain-driven mudslide destroyed two cars and damaged property in a neighborhood under mandatory evacuation in Burbank, California, January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California, authorities said Tuesday. Five people were reported killed. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck
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Mud fills a street after a rain-driven mudslide destroyed two cars and damaged property in a neighborhood under mandatory evacuation in Burbank, California, January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California, authorities said Tuesday. Five people were reported killed. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck
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Mud fills a street after a rain-driven mudslide destroyed two cars and damaged property in a neighborhood under mandatory evacuation in Burbank, California, January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California, authorities said Tuesday. Five people were reported killed. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck
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Mud fills the interior of a car destroyed in a rain-driven mudslide in a neighborhood under mandatory evacuation in Burbank, California, January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California, authorities said Tuesday. Five people were reported killed. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn Beck
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A man walks in front of a bulldozer clearing mud after boulders from surrounding hillsides came crashing down in Carpinteria, California on January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California and killed at least 13 people, police said Tuesday. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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A bulldozer clears mud off the road near a flooded section of US 101 freeway near the San Ysidro exit in Montecito, California on January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California and killed at least 13 people, police said Tuesday. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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A hydrant is almost covered in mud which came down hillsides from overnight rain in Montecito, California on January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California and killed at least 13 people, police said Tuesday. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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A police vehicle makes its way in the rain along a closed off section of US Hwy 101 flooded after mud and debris broke through an embankment along the freeway near the San Ysidro exit in Montecito, California on January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California and killed at least 13 people, police said Tuesday. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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A car remains stuck in the mud as a cleanup crew work to clear mud beside a closed off section of US Hwy 101, flooded after mud and debris broke through an embankment along the freeway near the San Ysidro exit in Montecito, California on January 9, 2018. Mudslides unleashed by a ferocious storm demolished homes in southern California and killed at least 13 people, police said Tuesday. / AFP PHOTO / FREDERIC J. BROWN
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January 8, 2018 - Sylmar, California, United States: Wildlife Waystation located in the Indian Springs Canyon in Sylmar, Calif., prepare for landslides of debris and mudslides from rainfall. They set up trenches to protect the animals and secure the area from debris and mud. Preparations are underway for the first significant storm system of the year that will cause a concern for debris flow in recent burn areas across Southern California. The storm is expected to bring unseasonably warm conditions, up to 4 inches of rain, snow, gusty winds and possible thunderstorms. (Maria Alejandra Cardona / Los Angeles Times / Polaris)
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