Los Angeles County prepares for anticipated rain post Woolsey Fire

(Los Angeles, Ca) Based on the anticipated rain, Los Angeles County authorities are preparing for the probability of mud and debris flows in the areas burned during the recent Woolsey Fire.

Rain is forecasted for tonight and The Los Angeles County Fire Department and The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have staffed additional resources throughout the areas impacted by the Woolsey Fire. Safety of residents remains their highest priority.

Prior to the weather event, utility service restoration and road work will continue in the impacted areas. Repopulation efforts will resume as soon as any potential impacts have been addressed and it is safe to do so.

Due to an increased probability of mud and debris flows in these fire areas, residents are wise to plan and prepare. In addition, authorities advise that Evacuation orders should not be taken lightly and are ordered because there is a threat to life and property.

Residents should use extreme caution as they drive through these areas.

Based on mud, debris, and other hazards, roads throughout the burn areas are subject to intermittent closures.

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