Transcript for Dangerous high waters and flooding in the Midwest
says he spoke to a counselor. Turning now to some of the rough weather threat. Flash flooding possible tonight. Following that dangerous high water in the midwest, sparking major cleanups such as this one in Indiana. Rob Marciano with more. Reporter: Drenching rain spawning floods from Alabama to Indiana this weekend. In my 39 years, I've never seen it this bad. Reporter: In Salem, Indiana, rushing flood water carrying this massive structure downstream, slamming into this bridge. Other large containers piled up against the bridge. That road now closed. Houses submerged. Businesses under water. This stuck truck being pulled to higher ground. That's supposed to be a parking lot. Reporter: Just north in Clinton county, a tornado tearing the side off this building. This, just one of three reported twisters in the area late Saturday. And flash flooding washing out highways in Birmingham, Alabama, stranding this woman and her three children in their car. Firefighters carrying them to safety. Once you enter the water, it's too late to turn around and you're inundated before you know it. We're tracking the flood threats tonight. Here's rob. Hey, Tom. This system has two parts to it, rains in the north. Rain tonight from western new York to the appalachians. And several rounds, Houston thewill see rain. I-10, through New Orleans. And flood watches up for much of the gulf coast through at least Wednesday morning.
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