Listen: Huntington Beach, Malibu, Craig Tickner discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"We're between storms right now. There is another one headed our way, and we're still dealing with flooding from the last one in Orange County. They've got it Huntington beach. And that's where we begin our team coverage with KNX ten seventy s Craig Tickner. Now, we're learning more about these storms than what they did. In this calm between the storms here in Huntington beach show, people live in a couple of mobile home parks needed help overnight. We're on the phone to nine one one. Because of the intense rainfall, there is a one mobile home park on Gothard street. It's in a low lying area of Huntington beach. We did have quite a bit of rain throughout the city last night and into this morning starting around nine o'clock last night into that early morning hours. Crews have been running on quite a few. You flooding calls and not just a mobile, home parks, but also homes. He says that's battalion chief Eric McCoy with the Huntington beach fire department and in seal beach near the pier. Storm water created some flooding problems for people who live near the pier because the storm drains and the pumps designed to keep the water from building up were overwhelmed by the storm water reporting live, Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. So let's go to Malibu right now. And find out what's happening there. Here's our John Berties, a very close to city hall Malibu. City officials are keeping a very close eye on things this morning, but they believe things went pretty well with the system that just passed through we've done fairly. Well, we really dodged a bullet with this last storm. So things are pretty good right now, we don't have any made road closures Susan Dwayne uses the public safety manager for the city. She says they do have some minor road closures. But they're certainly watching the store and that's rolling in today. So we're just getting over NATO let our guard down with this next storm. We could get. Quite a bit of rain. So we're just prepared and just standing by right now. She says they're worried about the canyons and all the people that remain in those canyons. She also confirmed that the mandatory evacuation orders remain in effect. She does not expect that to change right now. Because the city is expected to get hit with quite a bit of rain again today live in Malibu, John, Baird, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio.."