2 Dogs Rescued From Rooftop in Snow-Struck California Town

Authorities rescued two dogs that were stranded on a snow-covered rooftop in a southern California community where at least nine feet of snow had fallen, footage released on Wednesday, March 15, shows.

In a Twitter post, San Bernardino County Fire said a local task force found the dogs in Lake Arrowhead.

On March 4, the dogs were reported wandering in the area by a local animal rescue group, who said the owner was snowed in and unable to find them.

Lake Arrowhead was buried in 109 inches of snow earlier this month after a series of winter storms.

“Due to the vigilance and efforts of fellow citizens, both dogs have been safely returned to their owner and are back home out of the elements,” the fire department said. Credit: San Bernardino County Fire via Storyful