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TXDOT responds to flooding

TxDoT work crews are being held at the ready for road work following constant rains and flooding.

TxDoT's Brad Wheelis says those crews are on stand by, ready to be put to work in the Hill Country, be it cleaning up an open road way or closing down one flooded over.

Wheelis says these floods have already washed away one bridge, and says that's one of the many reasons why people shouldn't drive over flooded roads.

(Photo: Shutterstock by Val Lawless)

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