I had heir to what's latest there, But what can you tell us about exactly what happened in the case of these deaths? Well, we'll have been kind of a worst case scenario, which it really is here for heavy bringing struck last night in a burned-out area of atomic Fire came through here of laugh. Month after the Hilbert a needed and your many of us in the central coast area and try and Santa Barbara counties will wake into our cell phones, screeching a flash flood warning. I got one the ground three thirty in the morning, And it was around that time that Mud flows hit home situated just below the Bernie area. Uh, in modest Montesino And, um, they've been dramatic rescue operations throughout the day involving dozens of Trump residents including two 14-year-old girls end. Of course, many of them are injured. And then these Muslims have shut down travel throughout the area, uh, including a thirty miles stretch of the winter when Freeway. Uh, That's been closed. I got through part of it up to the town of carpenter rea-. But my attempts to take back roads to Montesino failed because the roads here are just covered with debris mud. Mudslides Bad, We are you in Montesino and what are you seeing besides this debris on the roads? I'm actually in carpenter react could not get through to monitor Sito because of what I'm looking at right now, the much Well came through and it was water and mud and boulders and and and stuff. So I'm It's it's a pretty bad because people can't get back and into town. And we also it, you know, casually rescue helicopters are flying overhead. It's it's all pretty shocking. You know, even to all-time residents like a twice over Gog he's president of Westerly Orchid children Carpentaria. The amount of debris that's being pushed through the creeks is really, really remarkable. It's it's shocking. Paradigm Creek has jumped to right by the free way. There is at least a hundred foot field of debris three four feet deep. And that's what I'm looking at this at some boulders some burned-out trees other trees. Just a lot of not mean, as you said, this is the same area where the Thomas fire already destroyed more than a thousand structures. Are the people who've had to evacuate Now the same people who evacuated because of the fires? Yeah. A lot of them are Dr Robert Lom of Montesino and his wife anti were evacuated for twelve days during the fire, and he decided to stay last night despite a mandatory evacuation order. But, Um, they they were safe, but other rose all around them. There's boulders There's downed power lines. I have an eighty seven year old friend Road is Duke from didn't trust. She got a call last night. She called me after that. I tried to get her to leave. She wouldn't because she was exhausted to from this evacuation events in all the emotional tool that, uh, that everybody has been feeling so everyone around here is feeling emotionally and physically exhausted by at all. Is this the end of it or will it going for awhile? Well, you know, flash flood warnings will continue throughout the evening, So it sort of wait and see what more will happen, but it looks like, you know, the rain is tapering off. So that's good news. We're in a severe drought. So we do need the rain. Uh, this little pocket of California's, But that's good news now I think reporter, Stephanie. Neil, in Coventry, a California where a storm sent mud and debris into residential neighborhoods. Thanks so much. Be careful. You're. You're welcome. My pleasure. The. The.