Flash floods have dumped more than two feet of rain in parts of Texas, with the National Weather Service issuing a flash flood emergency for some areas along the Gulf Coast.
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More than 28 inches of rain have fallen in the city of Hamshire, Texas, southwest of Beaumont, in 48 hours since Tuesday.
Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne told ABC News early Thursday morning that the flood situation in Winnie is "horrible."
He said the roads were impossible and the local hospital was evacuated.
Dump trucks and airboats were used to get people to safety.
Some homes have four to five feet of water inside, Hawthorne said.
Rain speeds of up to 5 ”per hour were reported during night hours just south of Beaumont, causing the worst flood since Harvey two years ago.
Also, remnants of Imelda are still sitting across eastern Texas and western Louisiana, as there is more rain tomorrow.