STORM SLAMS INTO CALIFORNIA, TRAPPING PEOPLE IN A RIVER
A strong storm slammed in to California over the weekend with a one two punch. Heavy rain caused flooding, and trouble in the Los Angeles River. More than a dozen homeless people had to be rescued when water got too high. The same storm packed powerful winds that blew over a fence at a construction project and snapped trees in half near San Francisco.
SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS ENJOY THE SLOPES AFTER MAJOR SNOWFALL
The same storm dumped snow in the Sierra Mountains of California. Snowboarders and skiers flocked to the slopes to have a little fun in the powdery snow. As much as 2 feet of snow could fall in the highest elevations before the storm moves east.
TREE DESTROYS HOME, TRAPPING A FAMILY
In Kentucky, a tree crashed into this mobile home decimating the roof. Five people were trapped inside as debris trapped them in. The family said they woke up with debris just inches from their faces. Their personal belongings... scattered all around the property. Three people managed to escape by climbing out windows. Unfortunately, one person died.