02/09/10 -- StorQuest Self Storage is offering La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta and Tujunga Canyon mud-slide victims free self-storage space for two months throughout Los Angeles County to facilitate a quick and easy evacuation process. As mud levels rise throughout the community and local residents are being forced to quickly flee their homes, StorQuest is providing these individuals a safe haven to protect their valuables.
At several points the slides have become so intense, the community has been rudely awakened to thunderous noises coming from the sound of mud sliding off the canyons. "Rocks and boulders have covered the streets, mud has been flooding into homes and burying individual's belongings. Nobody in the community was really prepared for this sort of destruction," states Brianne Llewellyn, Sunland resident.
More than 500 homes have been evacuated as mud and debris flow down the mountain, overflowing basins and flooding the local region. The La Canada Flintridge area witnessed the devastation of 43 homes damaged by the occurrence of mudslides throughout the past week.
The area is expecting heavy rain again this evening, and rivers of mud coming off the mountain. For more relief information or to find a convenient StorQuest Self Storage location in Los Angeles County contact (800) 900-4644 or visit us online at http://www.storquest.com/
About StorQuest Self Storage
StorQuest is the operating brand name of storage facilities developed and operated by The William Warren Group, Inc. StorQuest provides temporary or long-term storage for personal or business needs. The company offers clean and secure units at affordable rates. StorQuest also provides a full line of packing supplies and maintains 10 locations throughout Los Angeles County and 47 locations in the United States. For more information about StorQuest - contact us at (800) 900-4644 or visit http://www.storquest.com/.