Fast moving floodwaters slammed a car against a building wall. The water level started rising, and it was clear the car would soon be submerged, trapping the hapless occupants. Fortunately, they were able to get out of the back window in time.
I don't know where this happened, but a reddit commenter said:
That looks like the floods during Typhoon Ondoy [Phillipines].
I lived in Mandaluyong at the time, and while my subdivision wasn't hit bad, the next one over was right next to the city Cemetery. Because of limited space, caskets are put into vertical plots. The flood waters broke them open and that subdivisions' streets were littered with caskets.
At my mom's place, the water current was so intense it ripped the wrought iron right out of the walls and swept an entire building away.