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More than two dozen homes in Woodside, Northern California, are under an evacuation recommendation due to concerns over a potential mudslide.

The mudslide is threatening to impact a road, which could in turn affect area homes.

A homeowner in the area called 9-1-1 around 5:00 AM about a tree leaning toward their home.

First responders noticed the slide and the potential impact if it worsened.

The Woodside fire department has recommended that 30 homeowners leave the area as officials fear a collapse could cut them off from the town and emergency services.

However, town crews have removed the mud, making it easier for vehicular traffic to move.

While officials still recommend that residents leave the area, some have decided to stay as long as the slide does not become a crisis spot.

A geologist from the town is surveying the properties to ensure the landslide’s stability and safety for residents to return.

The evacuation recommendation will remain in place for at least the next two days.

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