Landslides can happen just about anywhere. But California, where an entire town is under siege, and these other states are at much greater risk.
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.
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