Those who live in California do so under a few implied discomforts: An exorbitant cost of living and earthquakes being the two most notable.
Still, millions of Americans live in The Golden State, relishing the miles of gorgeous coastline and, in some parts, the near perfect weather.
It’s from those coastlines that we are receiving sad news today.
A woman was killed and at least several other people hurt on Friday when a chunk of a sandstone bluff overlooking a Southern California beach collapsed onto them, local police and fire officials said.
One person suffered critical injuries when the slab of rock and debris fell onto Grandview Surf Beach in Encinitas, north of San Diego, shortly before 3 p.m., Captain Larry Giles of the city’s Lifeguard Department said.
Another victim was taken to a nearby hospital by ambulance, but the person’s condition was not immediately known. A third person sustained minor injuries but declined treatment, Giles said.
Soil experts were on site shortly after the tragic incident, hoping to make a recommendation regarding the stability of the dunes and bluffs surrounding the area.
Furthermore, police K-9 units and cadaver dogs were present, hoping to ensure that there are no unknown casualties of this event.
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