Several roads remain closed after storm

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SAN DIEGO -- Some San Diego streets remained closed Saturday as the region dries out from the recent rain.

San Diego police have identified seven streets in the city that remain under water and they warned drivers to stay clear of the areas.

The streets remaining closed as of midday Saturday include:

-- La Media Road at Airway Road in Otay Mesa

-- Avenida Del Rio at Riverwalk Drive in Mission Valley

-- 26th Street at Pershing Drive near Balboa Park

-- 10818 San Diego Mission Rd. in Mission Valley

-- 500 Camino de la Reina in Mission Valley

-- 5800 Ward Rd. in Mission Valley

-- 1565 India St. in Little Italy

Chula Vista police requested anyone who sees trees or debris blocking traffic or creating an immediate hazard to call 911.

The request was also for severe flooding impacting traffic or displacing people, according to police. Anyone who comes across downed power lines was warned to stay back and call 911.

For notification about trees down on city property not creating a hazard, police asked that Chula Vista Public Works be notified at (619) 397- 6000 or at the city's website at http://www.chulavistaca.gov.

Trees down on private property not creating an immediate hazard should be reported to the appropriate property owner or insurer, police said. Private tree removal services are required in these circumstances.

Police also cautioned Chula Vista residents about scams, to be aware of any unsolicited tree removal services and to use only licensed and contracted individuals or companies.