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STUCK: Caltrans crews work to clear a section of California Highway 18, where dozens of vehicles were stranded by the heavy snowfall. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
SAFE: Min Chang, whose car was stuck on road to Big Bear, holds his daughter, Phebe, 4, at a Red Cross shelter at San Gorgonio High. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
SNOWED IN: Gabriel Song of San Diego waits patiently for his car to be towed after being stranded for more than 14 hours on the road to Big Bear. Authorities said many motorists had no chains on their tires. As rain turned to snow, cars began skidding and getting stuck. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
DIGGING OUT: Sung Park tries to clear snow around his car, stuck for hours on the road to Big Bear, while waiting to be towed. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
A slushy coat of snow covers Lytle Creek Road just north of Lytle Creek. (Robert Gauthier / LAT)
A Los Angeles firefighter carrries boards to shore up a Osaka Sangyo University dormitory building where a tree fell during Friday’s storm in Studio City. (Ken Hively / LAT)
Bill Vanheest removes snow from a pump at a gas station in Oak Hill at the Cajon Summit. (Irfan Khan / LAT)
Trucks and other vehicles on Interstate 15 slow to a crawl as snow, fog and rain made driving treacherous over the Cajon Summit in Oak Hill. (Irfan Khan / LAT)
Phillip Rothschild of Los Angeles uses the only umbrella he had while walking in Sherman Oaks. (Ken Hively / LAT)
A Los Angeles County Fire Department crew passes sandbags along a hillside in City Terrace that gave way to the rain, causing a mudslide. (Mel Melcon / LAT)
A motorist splashes across a stream created by storm runoff cascading down a bluff at Royal Palms Beach in San Pedro. (Luis Sinco / LAT)