California storms: cleanup continues in the Bay Area after severe weather | LiveNOW from FOX

Gov. Gavin Newsom said the recent storms in California have proven more deadly than last season's wildfires. At least 17 people had died through January 10 due to the severe weather, he said while visiting storm-ravaged Santa Cruz County. On Jan. 11, a woman's body was found in a car submerged in Sonoma County, officials there said. With more flooding, strong surf, falling trees and other hazards, it would not be a surprise to see the number of untimely deaths rise higher. A search was underway for a 5-year-old boy who was swept away by rushing water in San Luis Obispo County. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video

California storms: 17 confirmed deaths related to severe storms | LiveNOW from FOX

Massive flooding in California has killed at least 17 people and left more than 200,000 homes and businesses without power as of Jan. 10, 2023. Gov. Gavin Newsom confirmed the deaths during a visit to the town of Capitola on the Santa Cruz coast that was hard hit by high surf and flooding creek waters last week. More LiveNOW from FOX streaming video