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First responders continue efforts to keep community safe at the debris basin on Randall Road

SANTA BARBARA, Calif.- Monday’s storm brought flooding and rockslides to the Santa Barbara County region.

Santa Barbara County officials sent out an advisory message Thursday evening for another rain storm expected to hit parts of the county during the weekend through Tuesday.

Residents are urged to monitor the weather, prepare and protect their homes, and come up with a plan on how to get out of their home.

During the storm, residents are instructed to shelter in place in their homes by gathering family and pets in the inner most room of the house, preferably on the top floor for those who live in muti-story homes.

It is best to stay off the roads during the night and during the rain since cars can be swept away by moving water or debris.

We will be speaking to first responders at the debris basin on Randall Road to monitor their ongoing efforts to keep the community safe. Tune in to our live update at 6 p.m. on Channel 3.

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Flood safety
Randall Road Debris Basin
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