Several apartment buildings in Pacifica, California, are in danger of falling into the ocean. The cliffs they sit on are being eaten away by waves sparked by El Niño, forcing homeowners to evacuate. John Blackstone reports.
Homes and buildings should never ever have been built and that area permits should never been allowed to built this was doomed to happen has nothing to do with El nino El nino is a bunch of bullship its mother nature its life its nature this is what happens wake up don't build near the water bunch of idiots
Thousand+ year old knowledge teaches not to build your house on the sand but on a rock. But California is so special and want to prove everyone wrong. This is proof that college education doesn't make people smarter.
This is happening to us in Lake Highlands, Dallas, Tx. A bond was passed to help with condos and apartments that were about to fall into the creek due to erosion. Our councilman, Adam McGough, decided to use the money to build a $12 million pool at Lake Highlands North Rec Center! 🤣 can you say "worthle$$"
No such a thing as EL NIÑO, IS A JUDGMENTDIRECTLY FROM HEAVENS.
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The lunar eclipse Jan this year and solar eclipse last year had marked USA. THIS IS NOTHING COMPARING FOR WHAT IS NEXT. TORAH IS A MUST , SURRENDER TO THE ALMIGHTY. SHALOM132
This simply reminds me of Jesus warning about building on the Rock instead of sand form Matthew 7:24 through 27 the story of the wise and foolish Builders everytime foolish men thumb their nose up at God and think they know Better they Al Wyse get schooled then thay stand there looking stupid at each other and want to know what happened I'll tell you what happened you were being a fool playing with fire and got Roasted or in this case you built on the sand and got pulled under my heart go's out to the people there but they really need to wise up and get away from there because if they think it's bad now thay ain't seen nothing yet we all know that place is headed on it's way Under so why stick around for the main event.
these guys knew that they were going down when they moved there and it was only a matter of time. How this guy thinks its unfair to force him to move out is unbelievable. If he had a brain , he would not have been there, or at least should be grateful that he was able to stay there that long. I would have planned ahead and had a motor home ready to go if you want to gamble like that.
Yes "the city is right to warn them", Any body has the right to warn anyone. The issue is the city is saying they have to move in hours. Just another case of sloppy reporting and not presenting the real issue when trying to dishonestly justifying the cities actions.
Hey El Nino, since these dumb-ass ppl want to blame you for the cliff's erosion (when they "knew that this day was going to come" 2:06 ) just do the rest of the US a favor and take the whole damn State into the ocean with you!!!
Unfair? LOL! What the hell is the council supposed to do? ALLOW people to live there until someone dies from being taken off the cliff ? Then somehow I am sure there will be lawsuits. It is COMMON SENSE! What I don't get is WHY would you want to live in a place that has two vacant apt buildings since 2010 because of the erosion sitting on the end of the lot there?! DUH! People are just ignorant. Idiots.
Can understand the frustration but why'd you buy a home in such risky place in the first place?
I bet these houses were on discount price when they were bought because of the risks.
Anyways you can't stay there simple as that. I am 100% sure there's a plan for these residents.
+yoNNyyyyy REALLY!!! I heard at least 2 people say they would now be homeless. I hope there IS a plan for those people. I do not think it is fair to blame the residents for huge waves from El Nino. Sheesh!!!
Building on a dirt cliff that gets, and has always gotten steadily eroded by the ocean is probably not a good idea in the long run, it seems like common sense but I guess not. I've helped build houses hanging on the sides of mountains (I couldn't get comfortable living in one) but at least those were on rock.
+pete p Good point. However these people did not build these apartments. Someone else did and they were probably told that the cliff was not really a problem. In California housing is at a premium. I bet none of those people will be looking to relocate to an apartment unit on a cliff at the beach.
+todd comer The people here in NJ are just as foolish. After Hurricane Sandy, you'd think they would move to safer place. But they rebuild on the same spot, with different attempts to keep house from getting destroyed by ocean.
Who is crazy enough that they want to stay there? Unfair? Uh because they didn't give you a month to find somewhere else? That is nature for you, I can look 600 ft from my house and there are 8 homes gone from a tornado a month ago.
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