Landslides captured on TV; Hoquiam neighborhood evacuated (VIDEO)

And here is the aftermath, as seen in daylight Monday:

ABERDEEN, Wash. (AP) — Police are urging residents of a Hoquiam neighborhood to evacuate because of landslide danger, after heavy overnight rains caused mudslides and flooding through Grays Harbor County.

Police Chief Jeff Meyers says an eight-block section of Queets Avenue at the base of the Beacon Hill bluff is in danger. Cascading water has already washed out foundations of three homes.

Photo by Kenzie Adams‎

Residents have been advised to evacuate, but Meyers does not have a number. He says firefighters are evacuating about 60 residents of a nursing home in the neighborhood as a precaution.

Streets in Aberdeen and Hoquiam are flooded. The Transportation Department says landslide have closed Highway 101 in two places and also block Highway 12 and Highway 107.

Here is a video report from Aberdeen:

Forecasters say the landslide danger will continue several days in western Washington.