Actress Dyan Cannon woke up in her Malibu Colony home to what “sounded like a 747 landing in my yard.”

“I opened the shutters and my pool was gone. I ran downstairs, and the ocean was coming into my living room. Then I saw firemen falling into the pool; they didn’t know it was there because it’s covered with water.”

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Helical tieback anchors are used to provide support or reinforcement to foundation walls or structures that have shifted and settled, or failed due changes in the soil. They are also used in tieback construction to support retaining walls, large towers, seawalls, dams and levees.

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Welcome to California, where earthquakes, wildfires, and landslides can often be commonplace. The potential for one of these natural disasters, mudslides, always increases when powerful storms hit the Southern California area and bring excessive amounts of rain.

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