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Residents affected by Woolsey Fire in LA, Ventura County preparing for rain, possibility of mudslider

LOS ANGELES (KABC) – Residents living in the Woolsey Fire Brigade area will have to face another threat from Mother…

LOS ANGELES (KABC) –

Residents living in the Woolsey Fire Brigade area will have to face another threat from Mother Nature – rain and the possibility of sludge.

The new threat comes as a big weather sweeps into southern California.

Firefighters serve people who live close to the burning area to prepare themselves and get ready to leave before the rain comes. Many people seem to listen.

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Hundreds of people have led to sand stations established throughout Los Angeles and Ventura County.

Officials warn that mudslides can happen with little or no notice, even in areas not common to floods. For residents, it is only to add the stress they already experience.

“I’m worried because we’ve had mudslides when there are no fires &#821

1; big mud lengths – so it’s getting worse.

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The rain is expected to begin Wednesday afternoon and continues until late Thursday morning.

In Malibu, most residents just returned home. Now mayor Rick Mullen urges those living at the bottom of a canyon to follow a few Warnings.

“Let’s say Bonsall or Ramirez Canyon or Trancas, where some of the big giant canyons come down, the potential for clay could come down, you should be worried,” he said.

In addition to the fear of destructive sludge , a Los Angeles County man tells SoCal Edison about claims that the insurance company’s negligence caused Woolsey Fire.

The massive Woolsey Fire started November 8 in Simi Valley near R ocketdyne plant in Santa Susana Pass. It triggered rapid evacuations in Ventura and Los Angeles County.

Since it began, the fire has destroyed more than 1,600 structures and charcoal 96,949 hectares.

Three people died in the fan – two were found in a burned vehicle in a Malibu driveway and a person in a home of Agoura Hills. At least three firefighters have been injured.

The reason for Woolsey Fire remains under investigation.

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