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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

THE  SANTA CRUZ  COUNTY SHERIFF’S  DEPARTMENT  SEARCH  AND  RESCUE  TEAM  IS  ASKING  FOR THE  PUBLIC’S  ASSISTANCE  IN  HELPING TO  FIND  A  MISSING  BOULDER  CREEK WOMAN.     54  YEAR-OLD  WENDY  ELIZABETH  RIVAS (WHO’S  NICKNAME  IS  “DRAGONFLY”)  WAS  REPORTEDLY  LAST  SEEN  AROUND 10  P.M.  WEDNESDAY  NIGHT,   AT  HER  HOME  ON  THE  13  THOUSAND  BLOCK  OF  HIGHWAY 9.      RIVAS’ HUSBAND  SAID  SHE  JUST  SAID  SHE  WAS  GOING  OUTSIDE  TO  LOOK  AT  THEIR GARDEN  (AND  THAT  WAS  AROUND  10  P.M.,   BUT,   WHEN SHE  HADN’T  COME  BACK  IN   BY 11  P.M.,   HE CALLED  9-1-1.        RIVAS HAS  A  HISTORY  OF  SEIZURES,  AND  AT  LEAST  A  MINOR   HEAD  INJURY  (FROM  WHAT  IS  THOUGHT  TO  HAVE  BEEN  A  SEIZURE)  EARLIER  THAT  DAY.      RIVAS IS  DESCRIBED  AS  BEING  5  FEET  7  INCHES  TALL,  AND  WEIGHING  150  POUNDS.      SHE  HAS  BROWN  HAIR  THAT  IS  RED  AND  PURPLE  AT  THE TIPS, SHE  WAS  LAST SEEN  WEARING  A  LONG-SLEEVED  PURPLE  SHIRT  AND  PURPLE  PANTS.      ANYONE WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ABOUT  HER  WHEREABOUTS  IS  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE SANTA  CRUZ  COUNTY  SHERIFF’S  DEPARTMENT.

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