A video of a woman being rescued after her car became stuck in flood waters in Arizona, USA, is going viral on social media.

On July 30, the AJ Police Department tweeted a thread with the caption, “On July 28, 2022, the Apache Junction Police Department responded to 24 different flooding-related calls for service. The incident captured on this AJPD officer body camera occurred during the rescue of a motorist who became stranded in Weekes Wash.”

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The video shows a police officer attempting to speak with the driver of the red car, which is stuck in floodwater. Officials can be heard urging the woman to step outside during the rescue.

They can also be seen wrapping a yellow hose around the vehicle to keep it from being washed away by the strong flow of water.

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As she is being led away, the woman shouts to the officials that there is a dog in the car. The authorities also attempted to locate the dog in order to save him, but were unsuccessful.

“Although the driver of the car was saved, the owner’s dog was never found. This rescue involved two officers, a detention officer, and a Mesa firefighter. A tow strap was provided by a civilian, for which we are also grateful. While we were able to save the driver, we were unable to save her dog, which makes us very sad. “In yet another tweet, the department stated.

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The beloved pet was still missing, and family and friends were still looking for it.

The police department also expressed gratitude to other agencies for their assistance in keeping the community safe during this severe weather event and gave advice to the general public on how to drive safely during the monsoon and how to avoid driving on flooded roads.