Flash Floods Sweep Through Maryland Town Again


People in Ellicott City, Maryland are re-living a nightmare. The town just west of Baltimore is under a state of emergency after flash floods swept through yesterday, just at they did less than two years ago. 

More than half-a-foot of rain fell in just a few hours.  There are no reports of anyone being injured, but walls of muddy water roared down the town's Main Street, damaging buildings and sweeping away cars. Some people in Ellicott City told "The Baltimore Sun" this looks worse than the so-called thousand-year flood that killed two people and destroyed businesses in the summer of 2016.

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