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Four Dead, Three Still Missing after Hermine Flooding

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Authorities have switched to recovery mode for a missing motorist in Austin while searches have resumed in the San Antonio area for two others swept away in flooding spawned by Tropical Storm Hermine.

Austin fire Lt. Josh Portie said Friday the search was being scaled back for a woman who disappeared after driving a sport utility vehicle into swollen Bull Creek in central Texas.

Authorities in New Braunfels and the San Antonio area say searches have resumed for a swimmer and another motorist missing since Wednesday. That's when Hermine moved across Texas, flooding
rivers and neighborhoods in the central and northern parts of the
state.

At least four people have been killed in the flooding.


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