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PHOTOS: Hurricane Ana effects seen from Big Island
Torrential rain and fast-moving mudslides, a type of landslide, have shut down a Southern California town, stranding thousands of people and trapping 500 children and adults at a church camp. At least one person has been found dead.
Landslides can happen just about anywhere. But California, where an entire town is under siege, and these other states are at much greater risk.
Storm Ana's strong wind and rain caused downed trees and power lines on Kauai Island, resulting in road closures and residents without power.
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