TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif. - More than 60 people living in RV's at the Woodson RV Park in Tehama County are still evacuated from the area after the rising Sacramento River prompted the owner to urge everyone to leave before flooding occurred.
There is no official order to evacuate went out, but Tehama County Sheriff's deputies assisted in getting people out safely.
Flood waters are now receding but the owner says it will take the rest of today to get the mud and silt cleared out.
They expect to welcome people back to the RV park by Saturday morning.
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