Residents Saved From Flooding at Waco RV Park
KWTX reported that the heavy rainfall in the Central Texas area Wednesday led to residents in the city of Waco having to be rescued from high sitting waters.
The Waco Fire Department responded to the Waco RV Park located at 7224 East Highway 6.
Assistant Fire Chief of the Waco Fire Department, Chris Pechacek, said that a creek in close vicinity to the RV Park began to rise and flooded over into the RV park.
One of the RVs at the park was actually moved by the floodwaters at Waco RV Park. Nine residents of the Waco RV Park had to be rescued by boats in the high waters.
Waco Fire Department, McLennan County Sheriff's Office, Texas Task Force 1, and Game Wardens were all involved in helping rescue these residents.
The American Red Cross was on the scene and helped residents displaced with shelter at a hotel in Bellmead. McLennan County Sheriff's Office reported that this isn't the first time the RV park has dealt with a situation such as this.