|Published:||Sep 09, 2010 5:35 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Sep 09, 2010 2:35 PM EDT|
DALLAS, Texas - The remnants of Tropical Storm Hermine are leaving their mark on Texas. Torrential rain triggered more than 100 high water rescues.
Meanwhile, tornados spawned their own drama. At least three twisters cut a path of destruction near Dallas - as what's left of Hermine tracked through Texas.
The tornados toppled power lines, ripped through homes, and hit a strip mall.
"It was huge. It was just swirling for a little while. I think it just touched down for four or five minutes. We saw debris fly up - mostly water and stuff fly up."
Residents of an apartment complex in Arlington were caught off guard when flood waters left them trapped.
Roller-coasters came to a stop at the nearby Six Flags when heavy rains caused a creek to overflow its banks, leaving much of the amusement park under water.
In Austin, stranded drivers fell victim to flooded roads and highways.
"It just came up a lot quicker than we expected and quicker than we were able to take care of it because we were having rescue calls all over the city."
At least two people died in the Texas floods. Now, Oklahoma is getting soaked with rain.