Rain, flooding pound the East Coast

Parts of Maryland have received nearly a foot of rain in just two days, with flash floods prompting officials to declare a state of emergency.
0:43 | 05/18/18

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Now to all that rain and flooding that just won't let up this morning. Frederick, Maryland, one of the many spots on the east coast under water. ABC's David Kerley is there with all the latest. Good morning, David. Reporter: Good morning, Amy. More rain is coming. That is the bank of the river down there. We are up beyond that and you can see the floodwaters streaming down this river. Already nine to ten inches here in Frederick. More is coming. Could be a foot of rain by the time this is over. The flood alert stands for another 24 hours. Firefighters have been very busy, nearly 500 calls. More than 100 of them rescues. A lot of folks stranded in their cars when they got caught in all this rain and water and it is coming your way, Amy. All right, David, a busy day for emergency workers there. Thank you.

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