Not really. We just saw the same story unfold in Albany.
San Clemente has always been a geological disaster waiting to happen. They built up to the edge on unstable ground 70 years ago, and nobody thought to keep a buffer zone because all the people with the money to buy up that land wanted their Ocean View. The bluffs in the State Park zone are probably the only safe area not in danger of imminent collapse because they have no buildings, but even there you still see many collapses where idiot hikers ignore the fences and dozens of signs saying 'unstable - don't hike here'....
San Clemente State Park used to be one of our favorite places to camp when we lived in Tucson, and then my son moved to San Onofre for a couple of years.
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