Southern California was hit by a storm on Tuesday night, causing a multitude of problems across the region.
Heavy rainfall caused mudslides in Baldwin Hills, which trapped cars and left several homes on the verge of disaster.
Meanwhile, the LA River in Studio City swelled dangerously, with one man being rescued by a fire department helicopter after being swept into the turbulent water.
Potholes have also become a major issue, with dozens of drivers being stranded for hours on the 71 Freeway in Pomona due to the damage.
Caltrans crews have been busy fixing the damage caused by the storm, but there is still a lot of work to be done.
Drivers are being warned to slow down and be careful on the roads.