Transcript for Ice and Flash Floods Hit the South
We turn to a major weather story this morning as Americans head home for the holiday, millions will be dealing with some dicey conditions as you can see right here. There's a major storm causing real trouble across the central part including ice, heavy rain and flash flooding and Ryan Owens is there with more. Good morning to you. Reporter: Good morning. Surprise, surprise, it is raining yet again in Dallas. I want to show you something. I know it looks like we have a nice, beautiful lake in downtown Dallas. That, in fact, is supposed to be the Trinity river running adjacent to downtown. A lot of problems here and not just in Texas. A deadly mix of ice, snow and rising waters this morning spanning from Texas into the southern plains. Floodwaters killing at least four across north Texas. All motives trapped this their cars. Among them, 29-year-old Benjamin Floyd. His vehicle seen here swept off the road by raging floodwaters while he drove to work. Water was coming in the vehicle and then they lost contact with him. Reporter: At this Texas farm, rescuers managed to save several goats and horses. So the horses were up neck deep in water. Reporter: In the Texas panhandle, it's not water but ice causing travel trouble. The frozen Iowas of Wichita, Kansas, unmanageable for many drivers. This truck waiting to be towed after veering off the road but not before taking out a lamppost. More than 25,000 power outages reported in Oklahoma City alone. As icy temperatures bear down on the midwest. And you don't have to just believe me about all of this rain, it's actually official, as of yesterday, Dallas broke the all-time record for the most rain in a single year and, Paula and Dan, it is not even December yet here. Well, at least it's rain and not snow, right? I doesn't know if the people in Dallas will resonate with that cold comfort but, thank you, we appreciate it.
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