Mudslides block traffic and cause headaches and headaches East Bay residents – KTVU FOX 2 San Francisco

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Mudslides block traffic and cause headaches and headaches East Bay residents - KTVU FOX 2 San Francisco

Mudslides and flooding are wrecking havoc on residents of the southern part of Alameda County.

The California Highway Patrol closed CA-84 which is also called Niles Canyon Road, Wednesday morning because of landslides , and flooding.

All lanes are blocked between Mission Boulevard in Fremont to Pleasanton-Sunol Road , in Sunol.

People who live in the area between Niles Canyon and Kilkare roads have already felt the consequences of the storm that hit last week and are worried about what’s to be in the future.

“If it’s overflowing, please do not come here to block the flow of flow of traffic.” asked Rachel Rodriguez who lives on Nile Canyon Road. “Please allow it to be. Let us just deal with the situation, since my home will be flooded.”

Also:Bay Area storm timeline when the most heavy rains are expected to hit

In the area of Sunol, Andrew Turnbull sent in a video demonstrating the extent of the damage to the Sunol area.

He spoke to a family that lost two cars as a mudslide took them into the river.

In the East Bay, the town of Danville declared an emergency in the town on early Wednesday morning because of the dreadful storm.

Meteorologists predict that the winter storm could last for another 10 days, but with a only a few hours of rest on Friday.

The area surrounding Niles Canyon Road and Kilkare Road in Sunol has experienced mudslides as well as flooding.

Data-v-0dea8073 from span. =””>Niles Canyon Road on Fremont is closed due to mudslides. Jan. 3, 2023

The span data-v0dea8073 =””>Niles Canyon Road, located in Fremont is closed due to mudslides. Jan. 3, 2023

Data-v-0dea8073 from span. =””>Niles Canyon Road on Fremont is shut down due to mudslides. Jan. 3, 2023

Data-v-0dea8073 from span. =””>Sunol residents are working to fill bags before the storm that is expected to hit on Wednesday. Image source: Andrew A. Turnbull