“All hands on deck across the whole state” | California hit with 11th atmospheric river

California’s Office of Emergency Services is hard at work, around the clock, arranging with law enforcement and other first responders across the state.

A Cal OES spokesperson stated it is like an unvarying chess match, attempting to find out the greatest place to move and station crews.

The non-stop rain and snowmelt is having a major impact on communities up and down the state.

“We have 40 of our 58 counties that are under a state of emergency right now,” Cal OES Multimedia Manager Bryan May said. “So it’s really all hands on deck across the entire state.”

Across California, there are 16 different rivers above flood stage.

“We have 27,000 people that are under evacuation orders right now,” May said. “That number is changing all the time and very well could go up throughout the day.”

MORE: https://www.cbs8.com/article/news/local/california/california-emergency-crews/103-e7b1ab88-bd45-4e53-adca-7210ab75e238

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  1. Mother nature trying to wash the liberal filth from California

  2. Man this drought sucks

  3. Weird. It’s almost like God Himself is pouring out a bowl of wrath upon the wicked.

  4. I guess the drought it over. Insurance will pay for most of this damage. The nations food supply and California will be better off in the long run. The main thing now is keeping people safe. One can rebuild a house. They need to concentrate on lives.

  5. Need crisis to distract, look here, not there. So is there weather modification?

  6. How about passing a bill to teach basic math and economics to politicians so they stop spending tax payers money on trains to nowhere, million dollar toilets and other ridiculous things….just a thought!

  7. Maybe America will get lucky and California will wash out into the ocean 😂🌊🌊

  8. California can cry me a river

  9. Christopher de leon

    Climate change huh..

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