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Firefighters Rescue Woman From Vehicle Stuck In Wash

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CAL FIRE/Riverside County Firefighters responded to a report around 5:01am of a vehicle stuck in a wash near Avenue 50 X Highway 86 in Coachella. The vehicle was in approximately 2 to 3 feet of moving water with one victim on the hood. 

Firefighters from the Swift Rescue Team made entry into the wash and retrieved a single female victim within minutes. The victim was uninjured and firefighter will be clearing the scene shortly.

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