A man and his dog had to be rescued from their car in a raging Colorado flood.

The car was reportedly parked in a dry creek bed on Phantom Canyon Road in Fremont County when flash flooding occurred on Sunday.

According to the Fremont County Sheriff's Department, the Florence Fire Department used a crane to reach the man and his dog, while flood waters rushed swiftly around them. The man and his dog were both rescued unharmed.

Compared to a lot of states, Colorado's flooding issues are minimal. However, there are occasions such as this when a dangerous flash flood occurs creating an extremely dangerous situation. Well-trained first responders made sure this emergency had a happy ending.