Emergency crews are still hustling giant fans and bulky dehumidifiers into homes waterlogged by burst pipes two weeks after a record freeze frosted far Northern California.

And a few residents are miffed by the bags of soaked insulation, drywall and other debris hauled out of water-damaged homes and left behind by crews rushing off to their next job.

One of the biggest bag piles sits on a gravel yard and leans against a stuccoed wing of the Smoke Tree Apartments in Redding, where Servpro crews ripped out ceilings, walls and carpet to allow buildings to dry before potentially dangerous mold developed. From Redding.com.