Wild Footage Shows Dodger Stadium Completely Flooded As Tropical Storm Hilary Wreaks Havoc

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The Los Angeles Dodgers have encountered a formidable fresh adversary – Tropical Storm Hilary.

Startling visuals depict the area surrounding Dodgers Stadium inundated by the unprecedented tempest, which has brought about tumultuous circumstances not witnessed in the vicinity for a span of 84 years. The sports stadium effectively transformed into an enclave after an accumulation of rainfall equivalent to more than an average year’s worth poured down upon the Golden State within a single night.

Astonishing aerial footage portrays the region encircling the stadium engulfed by water, as relentless downpours fabricated perilous situations, compelling distressed Californians to hastily seek refuge. The verdant expanse of the playing field suggests that it endured more favorably than the adjacent surroundings, which appear utterly submerged, concealed under ominous clouds veiling the L.A. skyline beyond.

The Sunday matchup of the Dodgers against the Miami Marlins was rescheduled for Saturday to pre-empt the impending catastrophic weather. Even subsequent to Hilary’s demotion from hurricane status to a post-tropical storm, meteorologists continued to caution about the persistence of “ongoing life-threatening and locally disastrous flooding.”

Treacherous flash floods spanning Los Angeles and Ventura Counties resulted in at least 13 individuals at a homeless encampment along the rising San Diego River necessitating rescue by fire officials, as water reached knee-deep levels. Others found themselves marooned atop their vehicles as rain and debris washed away sections of roadways. Simultaneously, in San Bernardino County, flash floods reportedly coerced several residents in Seven Oaks to evacuate their homes and seek refuge in trees.

The tempest is anticipated to diminish in intensity as it progresses northward into Nevada, although forecasters persist in warning of the impending menace of heavy precipitation and potent winds.

Sunday marked the wettest day on historical record in San Diego, with 1.82 inches of rainfall, according to the National Weather Service. The prior record was established on August 17, 1977, with 1.8 inches following Hurricane Doreen. Meanwhile, Palm Springs encountered nearly 3.18 inches of precipitation by Sunday evening, with the local police department reporting disruptions in their 911 lines. The most substantial accumulation of rainfall was documented at Lewis Ranch, where an astounding 7.04 inches descended, followed by Leona Valley, which witnessed 6.97 inches by early Monday, as reported by the National Weather Service.

Before Hilary made landfall in Mexico’s Baja California peninsula on Sunday, the region had already been rattled by a 5.1-magnitude earthquake in the city of Ojai, situated around 80 miles north of Los Angeles.

In the wake of the tempest, the Los Angeles Unified School District opted to cancel classes on Monday. Likewise, San Diego schools deferred their commencement of classes from Monday to Tuesday. Hilary initially touched down on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula on Sunday, resulting in one fatality from drowning in a vehicle swept away by the waters. Rescue squads managed to extricate four other individuals trapped within the submerged vehicle. Mexican army personnel subsequently mobilized to the areas hardest hit. Armed with bulldozers and dump trucks, soldiers have been diligently laboring to remove the copious boulders and debris now strewn across streets and roadways.

{Matzav.com}


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  1. Didn’t Hillary advise everybody before the 2016 elections to resort to violence and incivility against those who do not share her values? Is this what she meant? Will she also be taking down Hollywood?

  2. Hillary Clinton Confesses: “I Attacked Dodgers Stadium”
    Hillary Clinton, who once professed to being both a New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs fan, confirmed recent news reports that she stormed Dodgers stadium on Sunday and rendered the field unplayable for Sunday’s scheduled game against the Miami Marlins.
    Local media outlets reported on Sunday that Tropical Storm Hilary had wreaked havoc upon the iconic stadium, but Hillary Clinton’s PR team initially denied she was behind the attack.
    “In case you didn’t notice,” a Clinton spokesman told reporters on Sunday, “Hillary spells her name with two L’s. The terrorist who stormed Dodgers stadium on Sunday spells her name with one ‘L . It’s a different Hilary.”
    “Clinton is not a domestic terrorist by any means – and she would never, ever attack an American baseball stadium,” the spokesman asserted.
    However, video footage of the attack on Dodgers stadium showed a woman, who looked identical to Hillary Clinton, angrily storming the stadium on Sunday with highly potent water cannons, inundating the entire field with torrential bursts of water, ultimately compelling Clinton on Monday to confess to the attack.
    “Yes, it was me,” Clinton conceded in a tweet on Monday. “Any statement denying my culpability in the attack is fake news.”
    “I couldn’t help doing what I did,” she tweeted. “The Yankees chances to win it all are slipping, and I’m afraid the Cubs ain’t going anywhere either. But the Dodgers keep playing superlative baseball every single year. I can’t take it any longer! I knew in my heart that I must stop them dead in their tracks, lest they emerge victorious this year and decimate my beloved Yankees and Cubs, and just about every other American baseball team.”
    “I did this for America! I did it for every city in this country, and for every baseball fan who quivers in fear from the powerful might and sheer brutal force of the LA Dodgers,” she insisted. “Hopefully, I’ve managed to stop the Dodgers momentum, and compelled them to raise the white flag soon, very soon.”
    When asked to explain how the Dodgers manage to do so well every year, Clinton tweeted to reporters: “The Dodgers are a good team alright, but let’s face it, the game is rigged, and so is the scoreboard. The Yankees or the Cubs would have won the World Series last year and the previous year, and the year before that, if the system wasn’t rigged.”
    “MLB needs to drain the swamp quickly,” Clinton opined, “otherwise my favorite teams will be deprived of victory, year after year.”
    “Drain the swamp immediately!”, she tweeted, “and no more rigging! Period!”

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