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Published on Oct 1, 2010
Supervisor Knabe joined County officials this week to advise residents to stay out of County flood control channels, rivers and debris basins during storm season. While the County's vast network of bike trials remain open n to the public on dry days, residents should never enter flood control channels when it rains.
At peak flow, the Los Angeles River moves close to 183,000 cubic feet of storm water per second out to the ocean equaling the pressure of 40 million garden hoses running at full blast.
Learn about the dangers of storm water channels and tips for avoiding an emergency!