Transcript for Stories of Survival: Water Saturates Texas and People Try to Clean Up After Massive Storms and Tornadoes
We're going to turn now to the dangerous flash flooding in the heartland. Millions of families reeling after those deadly storms. The drenching rains. This man pulled from the flood waters in Sanger, Texas, in the last 24 hours. And look at this. A has civil sink hole in grand bury, Texas, tonight. There are new storms powering up. More rain on the way. Meteorologist rob Marciano with the track, he's standing by. But first, ABC's Ryan Owens with the new images coming in tonight. Reporter: Large parts of the lone star state tonight are flooded. The water stretching for miles in this town south of Dallas. With more rain in the forecast, there's concern these choppers may soon be back in the air. These teenagers tweeting from their submerged truck. The ground in this state is so saturated, this cliff south of ft. Worth collapsed into the lake below. Hey! Hey! Reporter: And this being Texas, it's not just people who need to be rescued. A family of cowboys had to round up dozens of horses caught in high water on their ranch. The predicted rain could hamper cleanup here in van, where people still sifting through wreckage of their homes. We're lucky we're alive, because it was trying to suck us out of the house. Reporter: A couple died in their home here. He a retired police detective, she a church secretary. Their home collapsed around them. Only the family dog survived, protected in the arms of its master. Amid the rubble here, so many remarkable survivor stories. See that behind me? That's a woman's living room. She was on the couch against that back wall when the tornado hit. The tree blew over, literally popped up her living room. Tonight, she's fine and staying with friends. David? Always extraordinary. Ryan, thank you. Those stories of survival. Rob here now. Texas needed this rain, but not all at once. Reporter: Still in a drought, but that may change, ill think, after the rain totals come in. South Texas getting it tonight from Houston back to corpus Chris tis. Corpus Christi, over four inches today. And then tomorrow becomes more widespread. Watch as we take this storm out of Mexico, towards Oklahoma. The heaviest rain from San Antonio, Austin to Dallas in the evening. Flash flood watches, nearly for the entire state of Texas and Oklahoma. Two to three inches from the Mexican border up to southern Kansas. And again, this will probably pull them out of that brougdrought. Rob, thank you. Tonight, a stunning find in the heartland. Authorities say a clothing drive
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