San Diego County continues to be pounded by a storm that dumps ever more and more water into overflowing streams and creating havoc for motorists causing an unprecedented number of auto accidents, land and mud slides. CHP and local law enforcement have been stretched to the max. Earlier in the day the driver of a white Toyota Tacoma lost control of his vehicle and rolled over coming to rest on the right hand side of the I-15 just north of the Lilac Bridge. The heavy rain caused heavy over flow of the lake at the All Seasons RV Park and Campground just off Old Highway 395. The on-ramp to I-15 South at El Norte was the scene of a rollover accident which closed the on-ramp for a period of time. A three car accident occurred a short time time later in the southbound lanes of I-15 about a mile south of the Mission Road I-15 on-ramp.In all the accidents mentioned no one appeared to be injured. Old Highway 395 was closed for a period of time as road crews were summoned to clear boulders and rock from a landslide. Heavy equipment was used again to clear another landslide that occurred on Miller Road in Valley Center and the rain continues to come down.