Floodwaters Threaten the Country

Across the country residents are fighting to keep water out as more heavy rains are in the forecast.
1:22 | 06/25/14

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midwest. Minnesota, one thing when neighborhoods flood, another when an entire state is under water. You can see a water world on the ground there. Tonight, families are banding together using anything they can before the next big storm comes in. ABC's Alex Perez is there. Tonight in waterville, Minnesota, an entire neighborhood inundated. These pictures captured by a drone camera. Across Minnesota, nonstop sandbagging, as residents fight to keep water out. The roads can't contain all the water. Scott county sheriff's office chief deputy dean Opatz giving us a firsthand look at the hard-hit small town of Blakely, Minnesota, everyone here evacuated since last Thursday. We're not letting anybody on this road. Reporter: Everyone here evacuated here from since last Thursday. It's a ghost town. Reporter: It's not just Minnesota. In ft. Worth, Texas, streets turned to waterways, forcing many to abandon their stalled cars. All of the way to Pennsylvania. Back in Minnesota, they're bracing for another 3 to 5 information of rain in the next few days. Alex Perez, ABC news, Blakely, Minnesota.

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