Authorities said they were in the process of evacuating people at a hotel in San Diego, California, on April 10 due to storm-related flooding, local media reported.
San Diego police began evacuating the Riverleaf Inn, located at 2484 Hotel Circle Place, before noon and advised anyone who was stuck inside to call 911 for help. There were also reports of dozens of crashes and flooded freeways.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning on the morning of April 10 and said people should move to higher ground.
In this video, shared by the San Diego Police Department, severe flooding can be seen in the area around the River Leaf Inn, in San Diego. Credit: San Diego Police Department via Storyful