Mud Flows From Malibu Fire Burn Scar to Sea

StoryfulWeatherPublished: December 6, 2018Updated: December 7, 2018
Published: December 6, 2018Updated: December 7, 2018

A river of mud flowed down out of Zuma Canyon in Malibu, California, on Thursday, December 6, forcing officials to close the Pacific Coast Highway and cutting a small canyon across Zuma Beach. Heavy rains have been pouring on Southern California for hours, turning the fresh burn scars above Malibu – the Woolsey Fire scorched more than 96,000 acres, torched 1,500 buildings, and killed three people between November 8 and 21 – into free flowing mud and debris. In addition to mudflows, flash flooding was prompting road closures in the area. Credit: MalibuCouture via Storyful

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