The relentless series of atmospheric rivers slamming Northern California in recent months has caused many issues throughout the region, including flooding and snow related issues. A recent cliff face collapse in Humboldt County shows the intense impact of these storms, and it was all caught on camera.
Two Humboldt residents went for a walk by the Van Duzen River near their home on Tuesday, only to witness a dramatic rock fall that caused a mini tsunami in the river. The video shows the entire scene and the narrowly avoiding the river water heading right at them.
Here’s the video:
Even if you’re not in the snowy mountains or a flooded area, there can still be major impacts while out in the wild throughout Northern California. Be careful out there.