Heavy rainfall and debris caused a culvert to collapse, resulting in the collapse of Main Street in Soquel, California.
This has cut off around 450 homes and thousands of residents from the rest of the city.
County officials are working on repairing the road and hope to create a temporary bridge by tomorrow to reconnect those on the north side of Main Street to the rest of the city.
Pedestrians can cross through a labyrinth of muddy paths to a footbridge owned by the Higgins family in case of an emergency.
This is not the first time that a winter storm has caused damage to this stretch of Main Street, and officials are hoping to have one lane ready for vehicular traffic tomorrow if there are no further issues caused by overnight rain.