The Public Weather conditions Administration gave a glimmer flood cautioning at 8:05 p.m. on Sunday, advance notice of a storm of roughly 1 to 1.5 creeps.
The regions for the advance notice included Lake Hughes, Lancaster, nearby little streams and springs, and the regions impacted by the Course Fire .
As per specialist on call radio traffic, there have been reports of vehicles caught close to Pine Gulch Street and Lake Hughes Street, which has purportedly overwhelmed.
As of 9:30 p.m. roughly 20 vehicles with 50 tenants were caught in 2 feet of mud on Pine Ravine Street, and a big part of the vehicles were accounted for to be inoperable.
At 10:30 p.m. the Los Angeles Province Local group of fire-fighters affirmed the estimated number of vehicles that were caught on Pine Ravine Street and affirmed that no wounds were accounted .
The Local group of fire-fighters said a few roads and regions were overwhelmed in the Castaic and Lake Hughes region. The circumstance on Pine Ravine Street was named the "Pine Episode."