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  • SLO firefighters helps clear Thomas Fire debris ahead of potentially dangerous storm

    A Cal Fire inmate crew from San Luis Obispo helped clear debris left by the Thomas Fire as rain fell in Tory Canyon Creek in Carpinteria on Monday, January 8, 2018. Evacuations were ordered for parts of Santa Barbara County that were in danger of mudslides, debris flow and flash floods. The debris here could clog rain flow.

SLO firefighters helps clear Thomas Fire debris ahead of potentially dangerous storm

A Cal Fire inmate crew from San Luis Obispo helped clear debris left by the Thomas Fire as rain fell in Tory Canyon Creek in Carpinteria on Monday, January 8, 2018. Evacuations were ordered for parts of Santa Barbara County that were in danger of mudslides, debris flow and flash floods. The debris here could clog rain flow.
Mike Eliason Santa Barbara County Fire