Destructive Flash Flooding Sweeps Through Ellicott City, Maryland

 Monday, August 1, 2016

 ABC News

A deadly flash flood in Maryland killed two people and stranded more than 100 over the weekend, leaving behind a scene of devastation in a historic Maryland town that officials say could take months to rebuild. Ellicott City -- located roughly 14 miles west of Baltimore -- was hit by nearly six inches of rain in less than two hours. Rising floodwaters ripped through buildings, carried away cars and caused the displacement of dozens of residents, according to Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman.
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