Flash floods forced more than 1,000 evacuations and numerous rescues across Oklahoma and Texas, as officials warned of "historic" rising waters still to come on Sunday.
"Right now is not the time to return to your homes," emergency officials warned residents in San Marcos, Texas. Heavy rain has turned streets into rivers and forced hundreds to evacuate. "There are power lines down, debris in the roadways, bridges undermined -- this is not the time to start moving," Emergency Management Coordinator Ken Bell said.
New Jersey Turnpike ominously known as "The Black Dragon."
SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - Two people were killed and three others were missing on Sunday in flash flooding and severe storms in Texas and Oklahoma that forced evacuations and rooftop rescues and left thousands without power.
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