REDDING — Authorities in Northern California rescued a Colorado woman and her dog who had been paddleboarding on a lake but accidentally ended up on the Sacramento River and couldn't handle the current.

The Shasta County Sheriff's Office says 58-year-old Frankie Grogan was on Kutras Lake in Redding on Wednesday on a paddleboard with her dog when she unknowingly entered the river's main channel.

By the time she realized her mistake she was already struggling in the strong current. Grogan managed to get to an island in the middle of the river and waved at a car on a nearby road to call for help.

Rescuers from several agencies quickly found her and the dog. They weren't hurt.

Grogan was cited for not wearing a life-vest. Her dog was wearing one.

Cornerstone Properties' North Bay deals

2006: Purchased two Santa Rosa properties: an 18,700square-foot retail center at 2720 Santa Rosa Ave. and the 156,000-square-foot former Weigh-Tronix complex at 2320 Airport Blvd.

2010: Purchased the fivebuilding, 170,000-square-foot former Cisco Systems campus in north Petaluma.

2011: Purchased 93,000 square feet in two former Equity Office office buildings in north Petaluma.

2013: Sold 1380 Redwood Way in Petaluma's Redwood Business Park.

2014: Purchased 130,000 square feet in three buildings near the airport. Purchased the 58,000-squarefoot Press Democrat building on Mendocino Avenue and four nearby parking lots from Halifax Media Group.