Two deaths blamed on SoCal storms
More bad weather is in the forecast for southern California, where the latest storms are blamed for two deaths. A 16-year-old girl was killed last night when mud and large boulders crashed through her family's apartment east of Irvine. In Los Angeles, a city worker was killed when he fell into a 30-foot-deep sinkhole created by the storm. The deaths came as another wintry mix of rain, snow and hail started battering the region. Los Angeles has had more than five inches of rain since Thursday. A flash flood watch has been issued for southern Santa Barbara County and all of Los Angeles and Ventura counties through tomorrow night. Landslide advisories are posted in eight counties.
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