Posted 10:57 p.m. MST
By Nico Santos
The sun eventually came out after a brief but intense encounter with a monsoon storm Monday evening, mainly in Fortuna Foothills.
For one woman and her family, the storm continues. Her neighbor watched it all unfold.
"it was pretty freaky,” said Dand Good, a concerned neighbor. “I'm not used to that kind of weather."
The tenant in the trailer on 40th Street in the Foothills—who asked not to be identified—doesn’t have a home for her family to sleep in after winds up to 70 miles per hour ripped through the Yuma Foothills and too her roof with it Monday evening.
People nearby say she's a great neighbor. They were out helping deal with the aftermath.
"She can't afford to move anywhere, and the landlord is not willing to help her," said Good. “She called them and they said that nobody would be out here until tomorrow."
About an inch of rain washed away part of her house and left the rest soaking wet—only to reveal the support of the neighbors who surround her.”
"I’m just trying to give her moral support right now," said Good.