Northwest Fire was on the scene of two different water rescues Monday.
According to NW Fire, the first is on Silverbell S. of El Camino del Cerro, The second in the 2600 block of Lloyd Bush.
Both rescues involved two different vehicles getting stuck due to the fast moving rapidly rising water.
NW Fire says all people involved were rescued.
Crews are urging people to know your surroundings, obey the barricades on the road, take your time and wait it out if there is water in the roadway.
Fire Captain Brian Keeley says that the best thing to do if your vehicle gets stuck in the water is to stay in your car.
All occupants rescued from both swift water incidents. Thank you to @TucsonFirePIO for assisting on the second due to access problems.
— Northwest Fire (@NorthwestFire) July 17, 2017