Dangerous Downpours and Rising Waters Made for Dangerous Labor Day Weekend

Travelers found themselves in trouble when flash flooding gave no warning.
1:09 | 09/03/13

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dangerous flooding. Abc's linsey davis now on the sheer speed at which people found themselves in trouble. Reporter: From coast to coast americans have had it up to here or even here with drenching rain and flash flooding. It came up so fast like you just had to react and do what you had to do. Scary. Reporter: Waist high water in cranston, rhode island forced 60 people to be rescued from their apartment by boat on labor day. Everything was just floating. Reporter: That wasn't the only dramatic water rescue of this weekend washout. The roads particularly treacherous. In nevada flood waters trapped this woman in her car. It came down quick. Reporter: This family was saved as water surged around their car in north carolina. In philadelphia it will go down as the wettest on record. Asheville, north carolina is on track to have more rainfall this year than ever before. Atlanta has gotten double the rain of a typical summer. All in all a soggy end to a rainy summer. Linsey davis, abc news, new

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