PERRIS (CBSLA.com) — A family of four is recovering Monday after being rescued from their car, which became trapped in a flooded wash in Perris.

Cal Fire and Riverside County firefighters were called out to East San Jacinto Road near Redlands Avenue at about 10:58 p.m. Sunday to a report of four people trapped in a car in moving water.

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The car had apparently spun out, leaving the road and ending up in the wash, according to dispatchers.

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Two swift water rescue teams were called out to the incident to help remove the four people – reportedly all women ranging in age from 5 to 43 – after the vehicle had gotten stuck in about eight inches of water.

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No injuries were reported.