Flash flooding, landslides and snow kept rescue crews busy after last week's storms caused catastrophic damage in Southern California.
"We are standing here watching the hillside, and the tree is falling in, and there's dirt still falling," resident Cassie Stephens told FOX 11.
The video shows the RV teetering on the edge before going over early Saturday morning.
"We lost three trailers, one car, and they were able to get a lot of trailers out before it happened," resident Shawn Coulter said to FOX 11.
News helicopters circled overhead as the swollen Santa Clara River washed away the RVs and trailers.
A helicopter had to pull a man from his stranded car in Ojai, California, about 80 miles northwest of Los Angeles. The man waited for rescuers in the dark as the wind tore at the top of his car and swift floodwaters pushed from below.
A rescue swimmer dropped from a helicopter to the roof of the car. He had to pull the driver from the window before securing him and flying to solid ground.
Watch the two swing wildly in the wind under the chopper. Crews had to brace themselves against the strong winds while waiting for the rescued man to touch down.
The storm dropped 2.47 inches of rain in Ojai, according to the NWS. Higher elevations saw much more. The Pine Mountain Inn on the Ventura County coastal range recorded 11.5 inches of rain.
Inches of rain saturated hillsides, and one gave way in Los Angeles County Sunday afternoon. At about 4 p.m., neighbors called 911, saying, "The hill in the backyard is moving."
"There are holes in the wall itself in the back. So, a whole part of the structure was knocked down the roof collapsed. But there's holes in the structure where boulders came down," one neighbor who watched the mudslide told FOX 11. "There's a lot of rock in the mountain up there, and so if that boulder cam down and goes flying through your house, that's terrifying."
Thankfully, fire officials say that no one was hurt. The home at the top lost part of its patio and retaining wall, which slid into the homes below.
"There's major damage to the rear of the affected structure," Assistant Chief Pat Sprengel with the Los Angeles County Fire Department told FOX 11. "The portion of the hillside that came down was a very large portion, probably about 40 feet wide, with a large amount of material."
Those homes and nearby neighborhoods were evacuated for safety. Crews inspected the hillside for more potential collapse. The area still has two more storms to get through before a dry few days, according to FOX Weather.
The Pasadena Fire Department responded to a mudslide where they found that mud had knocked down the back wall of an attached garage and was pressing through the front garage doors.
Floodwaters rose so quickly that they trapped a hiker. The Pasadena Fire Department pulled the hiker out of the wilderness via helicopter.
And Palmdale in L.A. County, usually in the low 60s this time of year, had to call in snow plows.