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Fri July 12, 2013
Dozens of Drivers Rescued in Ala. Flood
Police in Fairhope say more than a dozen drivers had to be rescued from flooded roads in the south Alabama city.
Police Lt. Stephanie Hollinghead tells AL.com (http://bit.ly/177iG30 ) cars were pushed to safety Thursday after nearly four inches of rain fell within an hour.
The National Weather Service in Mobile issued a flash flood warning for southwest Baldwin County and Emergency Management Agency Director Reggie Chitwood says the water is reced