A woman and her daughter were saved in a dramatic rescue in the Los Angeles area after a two cars fell into a sinkhole during the heavy rainstorms.
The two cars were found at the bottom of the hole, with one sitting on top of the other, according to the Los Angeles City Fire Department.
Four people in the cars fell into the sinkhole which had opened up under the road they were driving on during heavy rainfall in the the suburban Los Angeles neighborhood of Chatsworth.
Two people were able to climb out before the hole grew larger, further consuming the vehicles.
People from the other vehicle were rescued by about 50 firefighters using a high-angle rope and an aerial ladder to lower a firefighter into the hole and raise a young girl and a woman to the surface.
The victims were taken to a hospital with minor injuries.