Los Angeles Fire Department rescue Crew Save 2 People, and a Dog from Flood

California was hit by a powerful late-season storm that flooded the Los Angeles River, stranding two people and a dog.

According to Turnto23, around 2:40 p.m., a helicopter crew pulled a woman, an unidentified person, and her dog from the rushing Los Angeles River in the San Fernando Valley.

However, the dog slipped away and ended up following an inaccessible channel surrounded by high concrete walls for several miles down the river.

The Los Angeles Fire Department rescue crew later saved the dog from the LA river in the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Despite an extremely dry winter, Monday’s weather system marks a turnaround for the drought-stricken state, which has called for water conservation.

San Francisco Bay region was hit by the storm late Sunday, spreading east and south.

A 6 to 12 inches snowfall is predicted in the Sierra Nevada over elevations of 6,000 feet.

Forecasts for Southern California ranges predict up to 18 inches of snowfall at higher elevations and similar amounts of snowfall in lower elevations.

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