LOS ANGELES, CA (KABC/CNN) - A sudden rainstorm caused flash flooding in Los Angeles County on Thursday afternoon. The high waters drowned roads and trapped vehicles and people in a river of mud.
Officials say the flooding was at least 3-feet deep in parts of the town. Some intersections were completely washed out, including the one at Red Rover Mine Road and Sierra Highway.
A metro-link train, carrying about 200 passengers, was stopped due to water sweeping away a section of track.
And a helicopter crew rescued a man stuck in his work truck in the middle of a flooded roadway. There are no reports of any significant injuries thus far.
Local forecasters say Southern California could see more rain on Friday.
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