A man was seen by a passerby catching a fish using only his hands on a flooded road in California.
While filming in Watsonville, Danielle Garcia recorded a man holding up a large fish for her and others to see. She could be heard saying, “He’s going to have dinner tonight.”
The video was captured in the vicinity where flooding had caused the Pajaro River’s levee to breach, resulting in extensive damage across California.
Late on Monday, another atmospheric river is expected to hit the Golden State, posing a renewed risk of flash flooding in many parts of the region.
“The tropically-infused system is also creating dangerous conditions in mountain communities where heavy rain is once again set to fall on feet of snow left over from a historic winter storm late last month, triggering worries of ‘roofalanches,’” FOX Weather reports.
According to the forecast, there will be a rise in the intensity and range of rainfall on Monday night, with the showers expected to extend to regions such as the Bay Area, Central Valleys, and even as far south as Santa Barbara by Tuesday morning.
“This upcoming storm will mark the state’s 11th atmospheric river of the winter. So far the storms have alleviated drought conditions that have dragged on for three years in California,” FOX 11 Los Angeles reports.
Strong wind gusts could result in power outages, in addition to snow and rain.
Due to the considerable snowfall from recent weather conditions, Yosemite National Park has been closed since the end of February. However, the latest update on Twitter from the park suggests that it may reopen on March 17.
Check out another man wrestling a fish in the streets below!