Incredible water rescue filmed north of Las Vegas

Video: Incredible water rescue filmed in Las Vegas



rushing water up to 25 to 30 miles an hour pushed this woman nearly two miles into the washhouse near Los E. And Alexander and the firefighters knew she wouldn’t be able to hold the pillar shit longer. They say she only had *** minutes left to hold on. Looks like she was Clark County Fire Captain Travis Grove, who was there when he walked through that rope to the troubled woman. It was on her and she tried to bite it with her teeth because her arms were padded somehow she grabbed the rope, didn’t think she would have enough energy to hold and let go of the pillar. But then she went underwater and we didn’t see her and we’re like Bruce knows this place is probably their only chance to save her. After that there was a drop of about 3 3.5 4 feet or what we call a *** strainer area where it would have gone under Hwy 15 and went under some tunnel systems which is always dangerous because you go under it, you can’t come out. But after seeing the woman go underwater, she still clung to that rope. It’s time to shoot it. She was now safe on the shore she was just holding this rope for life and we pulled her out of the water and she just looked like she didn’t know what happened but don’t call the captain and the others here the heroes. No, no it’s not really, it’s a fucking job, it’s not like someone comes in and saves the day. Some might respectfully disagree with that. Because of those here it was a *** rescue not a *** recovery Jovi Hill Fox, Five News, Las Vegas local. We weren’t cancelled.

Video: Incredible water rescue filmed in Las Vegas

A Las Vegas woman is lucky to be alive after she unexpectedly descends into floodwaters following a monsoon rain. His daring rescue was caught on police body cameras. Watch video of the rescue in the player above. water runoff up to 25 to 30 miles per hour. The firefighters knew they had to act fast, so they threw him a rope to hold on to. Groves. The rescue team managed to bring the woman inside and bring her ashore safely. “It was just hanging on to that rope for life,” Grove said. “We pulled her out of the water and she just looked like she didn’t know what happened.”

A Las Vegas woman is lucky to be alive after taking a wild and unexpected ride through floodwaters after a monsoon rain.

His daring rescue was caught on police body cameras.

Watch the video of the rescue in the player above

The woman was stuck in a wash with running water up to 25 to 30 miles per hour. The firefighters knew they had to act fast, so they threw him a rope to hold on to.

“They were saying she only had about a minute left to hold on. She looked like she was in a tough spot,” Clark County Fire Captain Travis Grove said.

The rescue team managed to bring the woman inside and bring her ashore safely.

“It was just hanging on to that rope for life,” Grove said. “We pulled her out of the water and she just looked like she didn’t know what happened.”