LOS ANGELES (AP) — Authorities rescued one driver early Thursday but were unable to save two more from a submerged car in a flooded underpass south of San Francisco as a storm rolled through California. Residents of three Southern California canyons scarred by a wildfire last year were ordered to leave their homes because of possible mud and debris flows. In the Sierra Nevada, cracks were found in rock next to a dam, and an evacuation warning was issued for about 150 homes downstream. However, authorities say the dam doesn’t appear to be in immediate danger.
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