Transcript for Flash Flood Emergencies Lead to Multiple Rescues
dangerous weather. More than a dozen states on flood alert. Ginger tracking the rain and wind. You can see right here this is from Arkansas, the street covered, someone this their car watching this happen. You know there's going to be dozens of water rescues and there were including all the flooding reports. Check that out from Oregon to Massachusetts. The bulk, Abilene, Texas, 8.26 inches of rain, the most they've ever recorded in history. One of the members of the ground crew getting caught up in that tarp. Chaos at the pirates game in Pittsburgh, winds gusting above 51 miles per hour with torrential rain. Watch as it nearly swallows up a member trapping him underneath. The players rushing the field to help. Damaging winds up to 65 miles per hour from Reno to Pennsylvania. Turning over tractor trailers in Texas. Flooded everywhere. That flash flooding in paducah, Kentucky. Stranding and submerging cars across the midwest. We hit that water and it just killed the engine. This red SUV in Branson, destroyed by rushing water. People grabbing what they could in Indianapolis, Indiana. Neighborhoods engulfed. Everything is underwater. I have nothing. Reporter: And back in the lone star state abileneover flowing. People grabbing their fishing poles and nets after the streets became Lakes. All that rain in just one day. It's amazing and could happen again in some places, flash flood watches that stretch from West Virginia back into Texas, just south and east of Abilene. There's not as much rain coming at you, 1 to 2 inches in general from Indianapolis down into southern Illinois, all the way through Missouri and Texas but still something to watch for today, of course, we've got
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