California surfer rides the waves along flooded Oceanside street while being pulled by a van
- A surfer took advantage of street flooding for a unique ride Thursday afternoon
- Lukas Soelberg rode his surfboard while his father towed him in along in his van
- The streets were flooded following a massive storm that hit San Diego County
A California surfing enthusiast found a novel way to catch a wave after thunderstorms flooded the local streets.
Lukas Soelberg was captured on video as he surfed along the flooded streets of downtown Oceanside, California, on Thursday afternoon.
In the clips that have surfaced online, Soelberg, wearing what appears to be a hooded sweatshirt and shorts, can be seen carefully balancing as he rides a light-colored surfboard in the wake of the white van that’s towing him down the street.
Lukas Soelberg was captured on video as he surfed along the flooded streets of downtown Oceanside, California, Thursday afternoon, being towed by his father in a van
Soelberg told Fox 5 San Diego that he and his father had driven through the flooded area earlier in the day and knew that they needed to return to surf it.
The video was recorded by Dane Barry, an employee of nearby Surfride Oceanside.
San Diego County was hit with a massive storm Wednesday that that grew in size as it traveled around the region Thursday, 10 News reported.
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