A man and his two daughters have been rescued this Wednesday by the firefighters due to the floods derived from the intense rains that have occurred in Arizona, USA.
The family stayed trapped in her vehicle and were swept 25 meters down by the current that had formed in the Catalina area due to significant rainfall, according to reports Fox News.
Firefighters rescued from the roof of their car: first to the two minors, and, later, to the father, as reflected in a video released by the Golder Ranch Fire District.
The quick acting emergency services prevented the event from ending with a fatal outcome.
The storms have unleashed this Wednesday in Arizona, causing enormous damage. The southeast of the North American state will be in alert until this Thursday at 11:00 p.m. (local time).
This Monday, approximately 700 premises and homes Tucson had to remain without power due to thunderstorms. The storm has moved to the state of New Mexico, which will remain on alert until this Friday.