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30 vehicles still stuck in mud on California highway

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Bill Beaury, with Golden Empire Towing, works to remove vehicles on California 58 east of Tehachapi, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015. Emergency crews were working to dig out head-high mounds of mud from the 58 and Interstate 5, which was also shut down Bill Beaury, with Golden Empire Towing, works to remove vehicles on California 58 east of Tehachapi, Calif., on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015. Emergency crews were working to dig out head-high mounds of mud from the 58 and Interstate 5, which was also shut down
Workers remove mud and debris on California 58 east of Tehachapi, Calif., Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015. A section of Southern California found itself waist-deep in mud as the weekend arrived, and a highway overtaken by flowing debris looked like a buried junky Workers remove mud and debris on California 58 east of Tehachapi, Calif., Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015. A section of Southern California found itself waist-deep in mud as the weekend arrived, and a highway overtaken by flowing debris looked like a buried junky
This Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 photo Rochelle Price, left, and Jen Dunnagan, who were rescued from their rooftop by firefighters after floodwater surrounded their home on Thursday, in Lancaster, Calif. The worst of the thunderstorms had passed, but the contin This Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 photo Rochelle Price, left, and Jen Dunnagan, who were rescued from their rooftop by firefighters after floodwater surrounded their home on Thursday, in Lancaster, Calif. The worst of the thunderstorms had passed, but the contin
This Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 photo Jen Dunnagan, right, and Rochelle Price get emotional walking through their Lancaster home after four feet of water and mud entered their home in Lancaster, Calif. on Thursday. The worst of the thunderstorms had passed, bu This Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 photo Jen Dunnagan, right, and Rochelle Price get emotional walking through their Lancaster home after four feet of water and mud entered their home in Lancaster, Calif. on Thursday. The worst of the thunderstorms had passed, bu
This Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 photo Brandon Clifford, left, and neighbors along Woodstone Lane in Lancaster, Calif. take in the damage to their homes after four feet of water and mud entered their homes on Thursday. The worst of the thunderstorms had passed, This Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 photo Brandon Clifford, left, and neighbors along Woodstone Lane in Lancaster, Calif. take in the damage to their homes after four feet of water and mud entered their homes on Thursday. The worst of the thunderstorms had passed,

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Crews digging vehicles out from under tons of mud that clogged Southern Californiaroadways during flash flooding three days ago are dealing with another round of rain.

A light drizzle blanketed the region Sunday, but forecasters say there's little chance of thunderstorms like those that unleashed debris flows Thursday, damaging dozens of homes and trapping hundreds of cars on highways and roads.

State transportation officials say at least 30 vehicles remain stuck in now-hardened mud along State Route 58 in Kern County. Officials hope to reopen the lanes by Thursday.

More than 100 cars and semi-trucks were trapped on State Route 58 in the flooding.

Hundreds of cars also were stuck on Interstate 5, a major artery, but those vehicles were cleared and the freeway reopened by late Friday.

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