Deputies — along with with a search and rescue team, a Marine enforcement unit and Sheriff’s helicopter — immediately began searching the vicinity.
The passengers were stranded in 90-degree heat until emergency crews arrived.
Authorities are investigating a woman’s report that she found needles in two apples purchased at a Southern California grocery store.
A flash flood warning has been issued for east San Bernardino County.
The pain management team — known as the Heart Touch Project — consists of doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists, massage therapists, physical therapists and acupuncturists.
The San Bernardino Sun reports several people were ejected from the vehicle.
The fire was contained to the man’s bedroom within about 15 minutes but authorities said the home suffered extensive smoke damage.
A chihuahua is recovering from intensive surgery after having several needles extracted from his digestive tract and body.
San Bernardino County authorities say a 300-acre fire that destroyed an abandoned building is standing still and crews hope to have it fully surrounded by Wednesday evening.