San Antonio flooding causes 25-foot-deep hole to form giant geyser
At one flooded area, rescue crews took the opportunity to train in the rough waters
LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) - Strong storms dumped heavy rain across parts of San Antonio on Tuesday, causing a massive hole at a construction site to fill up.
Heavy rain caused nearby Leon Creek to spill out of its banks.
The floodwaters then began to spill into a 25-foot-wide hole where a sewer pipe was being installed.
As the hole filled up, it forced air to escape forming a giant geyser.
The brunt of the widespread flooding mostly occurred across the west side of the Alamo City where a flash flood warning was in effect for much of the morning.
At one flooded area, rescue crews took the opportunity to train in the rough waters.
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