Floodwaters Submerge Roads in Watertown, Wisconsin

StoryfulWeather Published August 18, 2018 0 Plays

Rumble / Strange WeatherFlash floods hit the town of Watertown, Wisconsin, on Friday, August 17, after heavy rains overnight. Approximately nine inches of rain fell within 14 hours, Channel3000 reported. Firefighters rescued several motorists from their cars after the flooding, the report said. This video shows two people kayaking past submerged cars near a Kwik Trip gas station on West Main Street. The rains are expected to ease on Friday night, according to Channel3000. Credit: Richter Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. via Storyful