Southern California has been battered by historic rainfall, floods and mudslides in the latest in a string of disasters wreaking havoc across the country. So far, there are no reports of major damage or injuries linked to Tropical Storm Hilary. As the system barrels north, some 17 million people are under flood and high-wind advisories, watches and warnings. Geoff Bennett reports.
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