An incident has been reported in Petaluma. Northern California on Tuesday afternoon. Where a female driver was rescued from a flooded Petaluma roadway.
Police specified, “Stony Point Road remains shut from Petaluma Boulevard North to Pepper Road but the female driver was not aware of the fact as a result, “she drove around the closed road barricades and ended up being stuck in a flooded zone on Stony Point Road,” police confirmed.
According to the police. Petaluma fire department, Moreover, Rancho Adobe fire department with Petaluma Public works for crews. Managed to save the lady and rescued her and brought her back safe and sound.
Further, Police investigated and found That the occurrence took place around 4: 30 p.m.
The police department is requesting the public and announcing that “The road closures occur when the conditions are too dangerous to travel upon a roadway,” police added. “Drivers should not attempt to drive around road closures.
Police request all the drivers to be little caution during inclement weather, as this can be dangerous and might can harm their lives.
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