A lady was rescued from floodwaters after she got stuck during a tempest that has unloaded rain on parts of California.
Devon Voigtsberger, 26, was protected by Santa Barbara firefighters and the California State Parks Water Rescue Team Thursday.
It occurred around 1:38 p.m. on Refugio Road along the Gaviota Coast in Santa Barabara County in the middle of two spring intersections that were swollen with rain. The salvage was presented on Twitter. Voigtsberger was not harmed.
The salvage comes as an amazing winter storm is moving through the state.
The tempest showed up in the Southland Thursday evening and will proceed into Friday.
The National Weather Service has cautioned that new rapidly spreading fire consume zones —, for example, the Bobcat Fire consume territory close to Monrovia — are especially defenseless and could see risky landslides in light of free and shaky slopes seared by the fierce blazes.