Just outside the front gates of Montecito’s Casa Dorinda retirement community, the Hot Springs/Olive Mill roads triangle is teeming with rescue and recovery workers and heavy equipment digging out a horrific scene of death and destruction from the Tuesday’s flash flooding in an area that authorities had designated as a voluntary evacuation zone. All residents and staff safely rode out the flooding and were moved off-campus two days later.
Just outside the front gates of Montecito’s Casa Dorinda retirement community, the Hot Springs/Olive Mill roads triangle is teeming with rescue and recovery workers and heavy equipment digging out a horrific scene of death and destruction from the Tuesday’s flash flooding in an area that authorities had designated as a voluntary evacuation zone. All residents and staff safely rode out the flooding and were moved off-campus two days later. Urban Hikers
Just outside the front gates of Montecito’s Casa Dorinda retirement community, the Hot Springs/Olive Mill roads triangle is teeming with rescue and recovery workers and heavy equipment digging out a horrific scene of death and destruction from the Tuesday’s flash flooding in an area that authorities had designated as a voluntary evacuation zone. All residents and staff safely rode out the flooding and were moved off-campus two days later. Urban Hikers