Sedona Fire crews had to conduct a swift water rescue Wednesday after a vehicle was swept away while trying to cross Oak Creek at a low water crossing. Officials say one person was trapped inside the vehicle at the time and water was up to the driver’s window with water starting to come inside after he tried to cross at Oak Creek Cliffs Drive. Rescue crews were able to get to the vehicle and broke the rear window, which allowed the crew to pass a helmet and flotation device to the person. Once the helmet and flotation vest was secure, the man inside the vehicle was pulled out of the rear window. The driver was then taken to shore where he was transported to Verde Valley Medical Center for treatment. Remember not to cross a flooded wash or road. Only six inches of fast moving water can knock over an adult and 12 inches can wash a car away.