The next stop for the cars is Cream's Auto Wrecking of Santa Rosa. They've signed an agreement to take them all, at no cost to homeowners.
In return, they get to sell the twisted, rusted, scrap metal, which seems like a good deal.
FEMA would not allow Cream's to speak with ABC7 News on camera, but an employee did let our cameras in for a few minutes to see where the thousands of cars will stack, awaiting crushing.
Cream's says the process will take months.
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