Flooding Forces Rescues on Odessa Streets

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

Strong storms moved through portions of West Texas Sunday, stranding motorists on Odessa streets and damaging mobile homes in
Fort Stockton.

Odessa police communications supervisor Tina Jones says authorities were involved in numerous water rescues. No injuries were reported.

Joshua Ureta, the city emergency management coordinator for Fort Stockton in Pecos County, says a downpour caused minor flooding and
damage to some mobile homes.

More rain could hit the region Monday.

Meanwhile, the National Weather Service says parts of North, East and Central Texas can expect 100-plus temperatures Monday.

The weather service issued a heat advisory until 7 pm for a large portion of North and East Texas, including the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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