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February 9, 1993 | ERIC MALNIC and MAIA DAVIS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Another powerful storm hammered Southern California with heavy rain Monday, triggering mudslides and floods that battered buildings, blocked highways, swallowed automobiles and swept a farm worker to his death in a rain-swollen creek in Ventura County. At the Mexican border, the bodies of three earlier flood victims were recovered, raising to at least eight the number who have drowned there this winter in a fast-moving river channel while trying to cross into the United States.
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February 9, 1993 | ERIC MALNIC and MAIA DAVIS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Another powerful storm hammered Southern California with heavy rain Monday, triggering mudslides and floods that battered buildings, blocked highways, swallowed automobiles and swept a farm worker to his death in a rain-swollen creek in Ventura County. At the Mexican border, the bodies of three earlier flood victims were recovered, raising to at least eight the number who have drowned there this winter in a fast-moving river channel while trying to cross into the United States.
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February 9, 1993 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A powerful storm hammered Orange County on Monday, collapsing the roof of a furniture store, causing scores of traffic accidents and whipping up winds that damaged cars and homes in Brea and Placentia. Houses in Anaheim Hills, Laguna Beach and San Clemente continued to sit precariously on unstable ground, but miraculously, two days of rain had little immediate effect on them. "Looks like we got through this pretty good," Anaheim City Manager James D. Ruth said.
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February 9, 1993 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A powerful storm hammered Orange County on Monday, collapsing the roof of a furniture store, causing scores of traffic accidents and whipping up winds that damaged cars and homes in Brea and Placentia. Houses in Anaheim Hills, Laguna Beach and San Clemente continued to sit precariously on unstable ground, but miraculously, two days of rain had little immediate effect on them. "Looks like we got through this pretty good," Anaheim City Manager James D. Ruth said.
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