Ventura County Beaches Close Due to High Waves and Flooding

Several beaches in Ventura County had to close because of dangerous conditions caused by big waves and flooding.

Extent of Closures and Aerial Views

All beaches from Ventura Pier to Marina Park were shut down. A helicopter flying over saw flooded streets and homes near the water were damaged.

High Surf Advisories remain in effect throughout @CountyVentura Please stay away from the water. Multiple rescues have been made. Numerous areas have been flooded and resulted in injuries. Heavy traffic northbound 101 through:

Warnings and Rescues

Experts said some parts of the county might get really tall waves, like 15 to 18 feet high.

The fire department rescued people stuck in water. Eight people got surprised by a big wave, but luckily, nobody got badly hurt.

Advisories and Coastal Alerts

The weather service warned that the beaches would be unsafe from Thursday to the weekend because of the big waves and floods. They said there would be more big waves coming soon.

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Coverage of Advisories

There’s a warning about big waves and floods in Los Angeles County beaches until Saturday night.

In places like Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, and Palos Verdes Beach, waves could reach 15 to 20 feet between 3 p.m. and midnight yesterday.

Warnings in Orange County

Orange County also had warnings for floods and big waves until Monday morning. They said waves could be 6 to 10 feet tall, even up to 12 feet in some places in northern Orange County.

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