On January 9, 2018, in the wake of a massive wildfire above Montecito, California, a freak rainstorm launched a catastrophic flow of mud and rocks into the sleeping community. Twenty-three people died and hundreds of homes were destroyed or damaged as the debris flow jumped the creeks, buried homes and dragged boulders the size of cars on its way to the sea. It was the deadliest disaster in Santa Barbara County history. This 22-minute documentary features interviews with four survivors-Lalo Barajas, Marco Farrell, Mark Karpeles, and Curtis Skene- and includes rare footage and photos by first responders. The documentary was produced by Melinda Burns and Hap Freund.