4 dead, 3 missing in US flooding

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September 10, 2010 10:57

 
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SAN ANTONIO  — At least three people were still missing after flooding caused by the remnants of Tropical Storm Hermine.

The search was expected to resume in Texas after daylight Friday for a missing swimmer and two motorists.

The confirmed death toll now stands at four, including one person in Oklahoma.

Hermine caused relatively few problems when it made landfall as a tropical storm Monday night. But as the remnants moved north into Texas and Oklahoma, the flooding caught some people off guard.


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