Watch as a car full of people are swept away in the flash flood that overtook miles of SR58 near Cameron Canyon Road.
Rhonda Trott said that as she was traveling home from Mojave to Tehachapi, the car she was traveling in was caught in the middle of flash flood along SR58.
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She said everyone in the car was able to climb out of the back window and they walked a few miles to Sand Canyon Thursday afternoon.
Officials said that it'll take upwards of a week to clear the mud and debris from SR58. So expect to take long detours to get to where you need to go. The roadway is currently closed between Towerline Road and Cameron Canyon Road.