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March 02, 2023
Watch: Woman trapped in brutal snowstorm begs for help because the California government isn't sending any
California is currently experiencing an epic winter storm, and residents say the government isn't helping. Shocking.
This Lake Arrowhead resident Michelle Calkins explained what's been going on, and it sounds devastating:
\u201cLake Arrowhead resident Michelle Calkins\n\nMichelle sent me this video to share with all of you. Residents are begging for help and they need our help to share their messages. After I got off the phone with her I felt the stress in her voice. @SBCOUNTYFIRE @sbcountysheriff\u2026\u201d— FirePhotoGirl (@FirePhotoGirl) 1677708956
"The communities of Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, and Running Springs are screaming and begging for help from our state [...] People are trapped in their homes and have been for now more than five days because the streets are not plowed. The snow has now accumulated up to about 9 feet [...] Please, we are begging you, send help. We need help. This is not a joke."
I was actually in Buffalo, New York, during December's devastating blizzard that left some 47 people dead, and it seems exactly the same as what Michelle is describing. No plows and people were told not to venture out to try and get food or help their elderly relatives. But also, no help from the state.
San Bernardino County apparently is plowing, but authorities say reaching some areas could take more than a week. Residents have as much as seven feet of snow and emergency crews are out trying to reach people who need assistance. The roofs of businesses are reportedly starting to collapse under the weight of the snow. Grocery stores are running low on bread, milk, and eggs and roads remain closed.
Governor Newsom declared a state of emergency last night in 13 counties, including San Bernardino. The order seeks to "bring in additional snow plows as well as road crews, and personnel from CAL FIRE and the California National Guard", "accelerate snow removal and clear roadways" and "rapidly restore power." It also opens two shelters in San Bernardino County and provides escorts for power companies and food delivery services.
So hopefully, Michelle and her neighbors will get the help they need, and quickly. It is California, though, so no promises.
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