Three young adults were rescued Sunday after their small rafts overturned in Clear Creek. About 7:45M 19-year-old Brianna Hickman called 911 and said that her & her friends needed to be rescued after the rafts they were floating in the creek had overturned. Before deputies arrived the three were able to make it to the shore uninjured. Hickman, 21-year-old Tiyana Cruz, and 18-year-old Joseph Randa had tied their small two person rafts together and entered Clear Creek at the Clear Creek Road Bridge. As they were floating down stream, Hickman saw that they were headed into some trees and got out of the raft.As she got into the creek the fast moving water swept her off her feet and she had to be pulled from the water by Randa. One of the rafts flipped over onto the other raft and they were thrown into the water. Hickman was able to swim to shore, while Cruz and Randa swam to an island. Hickman was able to flag down a passing motorist who called for help.Eventually the other two made it off the island, and they walked to a nearby road where they met rescue personnel. None of them were injured, but they were not able to recover their rafts or their single paddle.