© 2023 Blaze Media LLC. All rights reserved.
Winter storm alerts often lead to empty shelves at your local grocery stores as frenzied consumers panic buy food and water.
"Snowed-in" for most typically means school closures and a couple of days off work. But for one Northern California couple, "snowed-in" has meant a nearly two-month matter of life and death.
Since early December, a couple and their dog had been trapped in a cabin after downed trees and heavy snow kept them locked in. According to KCRA3, the California Highway Patrol's Valley Division, Air Operations received a call from the Sierra County Sheriff's Office about the couple and their dog "after they started running low on supplies."
The pair's names have not been released; both adults, and their dog, were rescued Tuesday. Video shared by CHP.
Want to leave a tip?
We answer to you. Help keep our content free of advertisers and big tech censorship by leaving a tip today.