Things to know about last week's California cliff collapse
ENCINITAS, Calif. (AP) - Three family members enjoying a day at a San Diego area beach were killed Friday when a huge slab of the cliff above them plunged onto the sand. The collapse has raised questions about the stability of bluffs along California's 1,000-mile (1,600-kilometer) coast. Here are things to know:
WHAT HAPPENED LAST WEEK?
Lifeguards and beachgoers scrambled to help search for victims after tons of sandstone were unleashed at Grandview Beach, a narrow strand in Encinita...