'Barely Made It Out' Says Couple Who Raced Car Out Of Mudslide

'Barely Made It Out' Says Couple Who Raced Car Out Of Mudslide

"The steering wheel was shaking and we could feel boulders and rocks underneath us", Franklin said.

That morning, Franklin shared a video on Instagram showing the sludge as it flowed down the hill.

A shocking video shot by California firefighters captured the full wrath of the California mudslides, showing a auto being swept away by the raging flows of mud and debris that have plagued the state this week. They began packing their things and shoveled about 2 to 4 feet of mud that was caked up in front of the driveway, Franklin said. "I guess this is going to be it for me, right here", he thought.

"Realistically we suspect we are going to have the discovery of more people killed in this incident", Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said at a Thursday news briefing, adding that he was hoping to find "miracle" survivors.

"When I got halfway down the hill, I just felt this burst of water hit the back of the vehicle", he said. "My girlfriend was screaming 'go go go'".

The video was shared by Burbank Firefighters on Instagram and it is scary AF.

Then, a wave of water crashed into the back of the vehicle.

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"What you can't see in that video is the panic inside", says Franklin who uses his vehicle to work as a rideshare driver at night.

The couple hopped in the auto and started driving - but soon realized the mud had overtaken the vehicle and was sweeping them down the road.

On Tuesday, the Verdugo Mountains area that had been charred in the La Tuna Fire last September was particularly vulnerable to flash flooding.

Franklin and his girlfriend jumped in his Prius but before they could make it down Country Club Road the mud caught up with them.

Country Club Drive remains closed as crews begin a hard cleanup task.

Authorities issued evacuation orders on Tuesday after waves of mud from hills swept down County Club Drive in the Los Angeles foothill suburb.