The second big flash flood has hit the Kansas City Monday at early Tuesday, heavy rain in the region caused the flood in the metro area. This is the second major flash flood within 1 month.
The authorities have issued the alert in the region, National Weather Service declared the flash flood emergency alert in the on Tuesday morning in Kansas City. The one major metro area has declared as the flood-prone area.
As per the reports, there was over 17 feet water in just 5 hours at early Tuesday in Indian Creek in the southern Kansas City which created a new record. The area recently faced the flash flood on 27th July and again becomes the witness of the flash flood due to heavy rain.
— Nick Bender (@NickBenderKMBC) August 22, 2017
The flash flood is highly affecting Kansas City. According to the Kansas City Police, the flash flood is affecting Indian Creek from 103rd and Stateline along with Wornall Road, it is also affecting the 99th and Holmes.
As per the several reports, it is said that the recent flash flood is worse than previous flash flood as the flood is highly affecting everyone’s life in the Kansas City.
Fire Department of Kansas City, Missouri told the National Weather Service, that current flash flood is worse than the flash flood that hit the city on 27th July.
— Jason Gould (@OvernightPhotog) August 22, 2017
Many water rescues worked overnight in the flooded area like Overland Park and Riverside. The roads were covered by about 2 to 3 feet of water on Monday nigh at Interstate 35 southbound near downtown Kansas City reportedly.