Crawford & Company responds to Hurricane Hilary in the Pacific and Western United States.
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Aug 21, 2023
Hurricane Hilary has been downgraded to a subtropical cyclone as of early this morning, bringing significant rainfall into California, causing flooding and multiple rock and mud slides.
Currently there are tens of thousands of people in Southern California without power.
Crawford’s adjuster teams are poised and ready for deployment to impacted areas as soon as it is safe to do so. We are committed to restoring the lives of our clients impacted by the storm and fully prepared to deliver mitigation and restoration services to affected communities.
Aug 18, 2023
Hurricane Hilary has is now rated a Category 4 hurricane with 145 mph maximum winds and is expected to approach a near Category 5 strength before it begins to weaken over the weekend.
The Hurricane is expected to make landfall very late Sunday night and Monday morning in southern California somewhere between Los Angeles and San Diego as a tropical storm with perhaps 45 to 60 mph winds. This would make this the first tropical storm to make landfall in Southern California since 1939. A current Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for California and covers the southern part of the state, including San Diego and Catalina Island.
For those in the projected path of Hurricane Hilary, please listen to local authorities, safely continue with storm preparation plans, and evacuate immediately if asked to do so.