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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 17: A car is seen traveling through flooded streets in Surry Hills as rain falls on January 17, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for some parts of Sydney as the city experiences its wettest day in four months. The rain is welcome relief after months of bushfires which have been burning across NSW. (Photo by Jenny Evans/Getty Images)

A Door Dash driver in New Jersey realized the power of mother nature first hand Monday when she and her car were pulled under city streets and through a drainage tunnel as storms hit the area.

USA Today reports it happened Monday in Passaic. 24-year-old Nathalia Bruno tried to drive through flood waters. Her car started filling up and began to float.

She was able to get out of the vehicle, but not before she and it were pulled through the tunnel and “shot out” a mile away into the the Passaic River. Rescue personnel say she was able to swim across the river to a back yard. She appeared uninjured, but was taken to a hospital to be checked out. Here car had yet to be recovered as of Tuesday.

Door Dash says it will offer occupational insurance and financial assistance to help Bruno with medial bills.


'Miraculous': New Jersey woman survives mile-long ride through drainage system amid flooding

A New Jersey woman went for a mile-long ride under the city of Passaic during a flash flood Monday. She survived the ordeal after being "shot out" into a river, a result authorities referred to as "miraculous." A powerful storm ripped through New Jersey on Monday afternoon, leaving thousands of homes without power and cars trapped across the northern part of the state.