On Tuesday rain and thunderstorms dropped several inches of moisture across portions of Texas. Water rescues became a focus for many first responders.
Do as the saying goes, it could save a life . . .
Turn Around Don’t Drown
This out of San Marcos, TX where a woman and her young child were rescued from rising flood waters.
In San Marcos, TX multiple vehicles were left stranded along roadways, submerged or semi- submerged.
Other Rescues Took Place Throughout the Region
This out of Belton, TX.
Please help us. People are still trying to drive through closed roads. You are endangering all of our lives. Please turn around. Don't drown pic.twitter.com/KqHCwICEJy
— Belton Police Dept (@BeltonPolice) April 11, 2017
This out of Temple, TX.
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Chief Bell County Deputy, Chuck Cox told KWTX as of 9 a.m. (Tuesday) his department performed a total of 32 water rescues and reported to one flooded house.
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