Storm rolls across fire-scarred regions of California
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Mudslide, flooding fears intensify as storm rolls across fire-scarred regions of California

Troy Miller trudges through the mud near his home in western Malibu on Thursday afternoon. Rain triggered mudflows in hills loosened by the Woolsey fire.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Residents lead horses on Cuthbert Road in Malibu after a mudslide prompted authorities to ask residents in the immediate area to evacuate.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

Corona fireman Charlie Apodaca, center, and his colleagues place sandbags at a business, protecting it from flooding along Temescal Canyon Road in Corona.

 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

Vehicles navigate rock debris and a mudslide on Philip Avenue at Sea View Drive in the Malibu Park area.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

A rainbow is seen over downtown Los Angeles on Thursday evening after a rain shower.

 (Elizabeth Sluder )

Small slides with rocks and debris litter Kanan Dume Road in the Malibu hills on Thursday as rain fell on the hills burned in the Woolsey fire.

 (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)

Mud and debris flow closes Temescal Canyon Road in Corona on Thursday.

 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

Trancas Creek runoff in Malibu, blackened by debris and ash from the areas burned by the Woosley fire in the mountains above, flows into the ocean.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

Mud and debris flow closes Temescal Canyon Road in Corona. Several neighborhoods in Riverside County burned by the Holy fire were ordered to evacuate late Wednesday before the storm hit.

 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

Rainsford Place at Busch Drive in Malibu was closed due to Zuma Creek flooding Thursday

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

Mud and debris flow closes Temescal Canyon Road in Corona. The soil in burn areas cannot absorb a lot of moisture, so heavy rainfall can lead to fast-moving flows containing mud, debris and even trees and boulders.

 (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)

The burned mountains of Corral Canyon in Malibu on Thursday.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)

An egret feeds in Trancas Creek, blackened by debris and ash from the areas burned by the Woosley fire in the mountains above, as it flows to the ocean.

 (Katie Falkenberg / Los Angeles Times)
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