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13 people died in the collapse of soil in California


Many homes collapsed due to the fierce clay collapsed due to flare-up in the southern California state of California. At least 13 people have died. On Tuesday police told this.

Authorities say these bodies have been found from debris and mud during the rescue operation in Montseto, north-west of Los Angeles.

“We are very sad to say that 13 people have died in this incident so far,” said Sheriff Bill Brown of Santa Barbara County, in a news conference, fearing the death toll could rise further. Last night, they died due to the storm that hit our area. ‘

The fire department in Santa Barbara County said in a Twitter message, dogs were being used to find casualties inside the collapsed buildings after storms. There are still 20 missing people.

It is also said, ‘firefighters successfully rescued a 14-year-old girl. The girl was trapped in a ruined house in Montessori. ‘

Emergency agencies told reporters that at least a few people were missing and many houses were damaged or destroyed.

Rescuers rescued a large number of local residents. 50 of them were rescued in the sky.

National Weather Service Los Angeles reported that the rainiest recorded in Ventura County was recorded. The county had five inches of rain.

In order to remove residents in a part of Los Baan Banc, the sub-region of Los Angeles has been ordered. Landslides in the area.

Due to this natural disaster, there has been a “major kind of obstruction” in supply of gas. Gas, electricity and water supply are also closed in the houses.

Two terminal terminals have been closed at the Los Angeles International Airport.

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