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Fresno County Sees Multiple Rescues, Evacuations

As water levels rise in the King’s River, evacuations continue in Wonder Valley and Reedley Beach has been closed in Fresno County.

Although officials did not order any mandatory evacuations, many people have left on their own accord.

Cal Fire Crews and the Fresno County Sheriff’s Office had to make some rescues, including two women and several dogs from a house in Wonder Valley.

The strength and depth of the water rushing over the road made it impossible for them to get out.

Residents have expressed concern over the damage caused by the erosion and washed-out roads.

The Wonder Valley Ranch closed for the day due to the storm, and Reedley Beach will remain closed as water levels continue to rise.

The Red Cross has set up a shelter in Sanger, where people who have been evacuated can stay.

Fresno County Sheriff John Zanoni has reported that they rescued even more people, including two women in their 80s and a 104-year-old woman.

Many roads in the area have been washed out, making it difficult for people to leave.

Officials are warning residents to get out while they can, as the situation is expected to worsen.

Reporting from a Red Cross shelter in Sanger, Catherine Phillips for CBS 47 Eyewitness News.

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