Evacuations ordered roads closed in California as flooding rain arrives after heavy downpours and mountain snow overflowed roads and forced evacuations in a wildfire-scarred area of Northern California.
people from three houses were rescued by boats Thursday in Chico.
people were ordered to leave their vehicles in their place until water levels went down.
Streets were filled with sticky mud and debris and downed trees and power poles littered the landscape.
A mudslide has closed part of State Route 140 near where the Ferguson Fire burned earlier this year. This includes part of the road that extends into Yosemite National Park.
There is a Flood Warning in effect and a Mandatory Evacuation Order for residents near Trabuco Creek.
No major damage was reported and an evacuation order remains for the devastated town of Paradise, which was mostly destroyed in the Camp Fire that began on Nov. 8 and is blamed in at least 88 deaths.