LOS ANGELES (AP) — The latest on thunderstorms and mudslides that closed a California interstate (all times local):
Homeowners in northern Los Angeles County’s Antelope Valley are digging mud out of their houses as county crews continue extensive work to clear tons of dirt from the area.
The cleanup follows thunderstorms Thursday that unleashed flash flooding and debris flows, damaging dozens of homes and trapping hundreds of cars on area highways and roads.
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No injuries have been reported.
Kerjon Lee, a spokesman for Los Angeles County Public Works, says 50 field personnel and more than 30 pieces of heavy equipment are on the ground in the areas of Elizabeth Lake and Lake Hughes, about 40 miles north of Los Angeles.
He says their work could take months.
State Highway 58, a major trucking route, is expected to be closed for days.