Seventy families in Tijuana, Mexico, have been forced out of their homes by a landslide.
The residents were evacuated early Thursday morning.
Although the sun has been out for more than a week, water is still draining and the soil continues to slide.
Geologists with the city of Tijuana are worried the hillside is going to collapse and take the 69 homes with it.
A few homes have already been lost and others could go any minute, according to 10News.
In recent weeks, 4,500 people who live on dangerous hillsides in Tijuana have been evacuated and are staying in shelters.
It's estimated that more than 70,000 people are living in high-risk zones in Tijuana, a city with more than 1.5 million residents.
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