Blake Troli from KFI News got a first-hand view of the situation in the San Bernardino Mountains.
Officials are saying help is coming but many residents are wondering...WHEN ?
Across San Bernardino County's mountain communities, some families have remained stranded in the snow for more than a week.
Stranded Lake Arrowhead residents, including Michelle Calkins, are pleading for help on social media as the community continues to run out of food, medication, and deal with gas leak concerns.
As they remain snowed in, some have expressed concerns about running out of food, supplies and medication.
On social media, Michelle Calkins, of Lake Arrowhead, took to social media to tell viewers that her community is "screaming and begging" for help from the state.
"We need help," Calkins said in the video. "People are trapped in their homes. They can not get medicine, heart medicine, insulin. The stories could go on and on."
"People are panicking left and right. We've had roofs starting to cave in. Houses are blowing up because of gas leaks and catching on fire. And these are real things that are happening here," she said Thursday.