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Pacific Coast Highway closed as rainstorm hits Southern California

LOS ANGELES - The first in a parade of three winter storms that brought thunder and lightning to California's Central Coast overnight began to hammer Los Angeles County early Thursday, sending mud streaming onto Pacific Coast Highway and prompting the closure of the roadway between Ventura and L.A. counties.

The rain also sent gushing mud down a hillside near Deer Creek Road and Pacific

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