Flash flooding in Indianapolis leaves some temporarily homeless

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

INDIANAPOLIS -- At least 15 families are out of their homes after flash flooding in Indianapolis.

More than three inches of rain fell in parts of Central Indiana overnight.

Rescue crews used boats to get some families out of their homes on the city's west side.

Some of them are now staying at the fire station, until the water goes down.

The Red Cross is also helping.

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