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Parts Of North Texas Experience Significant Flooding

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) - Multiple law enforcement and rescue agencies reported flooding Monday, May 24.

Johnson County Emergency Management tweeted video of flooding across the eastern part of the county.

The county is under a flash flood warning until 10:15 p.m.

They also shared a photo showing a section of FM 2838 under water.

Earlier Monday, the Parker County Sheriff's Office said its phones were down for a while due to flooding inside the building.

"Water came up fast. Reminder about how dangerous flash flooding can be," the department said as it shared some photos on Facebook.

Flooding at Parker County Sheriff's Office
Flooding at Parker County Sheriff's Office (credit: Parker Co. SO)

Some of the department's vehicles were parked in deep water in the parking lot.

Flooding at Parker County Sheriff's Office
Flooding at the Parker County Sheriff's Office. (credit: Parker Co. Sheriff's Office)

The Fort Worth Fire Department worked at least one swift water rescue in the north part of the city in the 700 block of Bent Oak.

A woman was pulled from her vehicle and is okay.


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