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Evacuation warnings have been issued for parts of San Bernardino County due to concerns of mudslides and debris flow in burn scar areas.

The fear has increased as rains have come down in the area.

The El Dorado Wildfire of September 2020 created a large scar in the Yucaipa area, making it a big concern for residents.

People are being urged to be prepared and evacuate their homes before anything happens.

Rising water levels in nearby creeks should be avoided, and residents should turn around and find an alternative route.

Although the advisory for an evacuation order was lifted, firefighters are warning that anything can happen depending on the rain conditions.

The risk of mudslides and debris flow in burn scar areas is a concern for residents, and they are being urged to take precautions to protect themselves and their property.

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