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Evacuation Orders & Parking Restrictions Lifted in Foothills

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Now that the storm has passed, residents of about 230 homes in La Cañada Flintridge and La Crescenta can return, as evacuation orders have been lifted by authorities in Los Angeles County. Residents returning to their homes will be asked to show identification to Sheriff's Deputies. Parking restrictions for the hillside communities have also been lifted, though it's likely there will be truck activity in the area as County Public Works Department crews clean out debris basins.