Motorhomes Swept Into River Amid Storms in California
Three motorhomes were swept into a river in Santa Clarita, California, in the early hours of Saturday morning, February 25, after heavy rain and flooding caused an embankment to collapse, local reports said.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Air Unit posted footage of crews searching one of the fallen RVs with a spotlight at the Valencia Travel Village RV Park.
No injuries were reported, according to reports, however, many residents were left without power.
The National Weather Service warned of flash flooding in the area on Friday night and warned residents to move to higher ground.
As of Saturday afternoon, the river’s rushing waters were still washing out portions of the embankment, according to ABC 7. Credit: Ventura County Air Unit via Storyful