Extrication team credited with rescue

Thursday, February 16, 2017
Four teens were trapped after their vehicle drove into two feet of water that covered a section of Highway 20. (Photo courtesy Alan Roberts)

Members from the Elmore County extrication team were credited with rescuing four teens, who were left stranded on Highway 20 after their car hit a flooded stretch of roadway.

According to Alan Roberts from the extrication team, Rattlesnake Creek had crested its banks with approximately two feet of water flowing across the highway near milepost 10 about four miles northeast of Mountain Home.

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