Published Mar 8, 2019 at 7:47 PM | Updated at 9:36 PM PST on Mar 8, 2019
Sofas, lamps, mattresses, closets, TVs, fridges, microwaves – pretty much entire living rooms are on display on sidewalks and side streets in Guerneville, California after a historic flood submerged the town, turning it into an Island.
The angry floodwaters from the Russian River have receded, leaving behind a streak of muddy water on hedges, fences, houses, barns and storefronts and pretty much everything.
Guerneville residents are spending most of their time cleaning up, removing debris, searching for toxic waste and taking out bags of garbage – but there seems to be no immediate end in sight.
We took a look at what the picturesque river town resembles in the aftermath of the flooding.