CORONA, Calif. (KABC) -- The strong storm that moved through Southern California caused a deadly overflow of the Prado Basin in Corona, killing one woman.
Firefighters say nine people had to be rescued from the rushing water just after 5 a.m. Thursday.
One of them, a woman, died at the hospital.
Three dogs were also rescued from the rapidly rising waters.
Also in Corona, a river of muddy water rushed down a roadway in front of the Glen Ivy RV Park. The street was blocked off. The area is prone to flooding, off the 15 Freeway and Temescal Canyon Road.
Woman dies in Corona flooding
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