Incredible Moment Local Residents Form Human Chain to Save Woman Trapped in Her Car During Maryland Flood
July 31, 2016
One woman is seen in stunning video trying to drive through the water as her car is violently pulled by the water.
- At least four people are seen holding each other's hands as they try to get closer to the woman.
- For a split second it looks like she won't make it, but then she manages to get out through the car window and is carried to safety.
- At least one person has died after severe thunderstorms pounded central Maryland late Saturday; two people are still missing.
A group of rescuers formed a human chain in Maryland to help a woman trapped in her car escape the flood.
Several people joined hands to get closer to the trapped woman as her car was pulled by violent flooding that destroyed Ellicott City.
A group of Maryland residents formed a human chain to rescue a woman trapped in her car during severe flooding in Ellicott City.
At least one person has died after severe thunderstorms pounded central Maryland late Saturday. Some 120 people had to be rescued.
The historic town of Ellicott City was one of the areas hit hardest by thunderstorms, where scores of business fronts were destroyed by the raging flood.
In a Facebook video posted by local business owner Sarah Arditti, a woman is almost swept away by the fast flowing water as she tries to drive through the deluge.
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