The threat of mudslides in Los Angeles County is causing some roads to be closed to the public as well as some evacuations, and StorQuest Self Storage is waiting to assist. The company is offering mudslide evacuees in Sunland and Tujunga Canyon, Calif., free storage space for one month as well as free use of a moving truck and manpower to facilitate a quick and easy evacuation process.
The first major rainstorm of the season is happening this week, bringing a threat of mudslides in the burn areas of the Station Fire. L.A. County roads in the Station Fire burn area were closed to the public for 48 hours starting at 11:59 p.m. Monday.
Yesterday and today, StorQuest has its company moving trucks stationed at the mandatory mudslide evacuation site in Tujunga Canyon to assist all evacuees. The area is expecting to 6 inches of heavy rain this afternoon, and a river of mud is coming off the mountain.
For more relief information, contact StorQuest at 818.352.8855 or visit Storequest.com.
It's not too late to call for assistance from Glendale Public Works at 818.548.3900, according to Glendale city officials.
Source: abc 7 (KABC-TV Los Angeles), Residents evacuating due to mudslide risk