Tuesday, March 04, 2008
This is the 70th anniversary of one of Orange County's most widespread disasters, the flood of 1938. The photo above shows the overflowing Santa Ana River, near the current MWD plant in Fountain Valley. In fact, the flood covered huge swaths of north and central O.C., taking lives and causing enormous property damage. Read more about the flood in today's Register.
Posted by Chris Jepsen at 3/04/2008