The sentence is from what a reporter said in the CNN news and I don't quite understand what that means. The whole thing is like this following.
But here, people are describing this as devastating, catastrophic, historic even worse than what they saw back in July of 2016, that this flooding happens, so rapidly, so quickly, that it just lifted cars and just had the water gushing down main street, catapulting into buildings, buildings collapsing, people just simply running for their lives. Still, if you just push in here to see the aftermath of the devastation, I had a chance to talk to one of the officials here who said that there`s one person that is missing, hopefully they are OK.
When I look up for "push in" in a dictionary, I found that it means "to rudely join a line of people who are waiting for something, by moving in front of some of the people who are already there:" But if it does, I don't think the sentence is quite going with the flows overall.
Could anybody please help explain what she meant by "push in here to see" to me? Thanks a million in advance.