Storm Damage Mudslide

According to the CDC, landslides cause changes in a slope’s natural stability. These can follow heavy rains, droughts, earthquakes, or even volcanic eruptions. Mudslides form as water accumulates quickly in the ground, resulting in water-saturated rock, soil, and debris. Areas, where wildfires or humans have destroyed vegetation on slopes, are particularly vulnerable to landslides during and after heavy rains. Elevate has captured content like this for media outlets, including CNN, to report on and survey area storm damage. Elevate Media Group can capture photos such as this to provide individuals or insurance agencies with proof of damage.