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A flood gage shows waters just under 10 (Credit: AP)

A flood gage shows waters just under 10 feet at an intersection in San Antonio. (May 25, 2013)

San Antonio floods under 10 feet of water

A flood in San Antonio, Texas drowned the town in 10 feet of water.

A man surveys flood waters caused by torrential
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A man surveys flood waters caused by torrential rains in San Antonio. (May 25, 2013)

Albert Rios holds a beer as he floats
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Albert Rios holds a beer as he floats into the intersection of Castleridge Dr. and Crestfield Street. (May 25, 2013)

Marco Fairchild, left, and Gary Garza, right, help
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Marco Fairchild, left, and Gary Garza, right, help Sueann Schaller from her car after she drove it into flood waters in the Westwood Village neighborhood. (May 25, 2013)

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A San Antonio metro bus sits in floodwaters
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A San Antonio metro bus sits in floodwaters after it was swept off the road during heavy rains. (May 25, 2013)

A flood gage shows waters just under 10
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A flood gage shows waters just under 10 feet at an intersection in San Antonio. (May 25, 2013)

A man photographs flood waters caused by heavy
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A man photographs flood waters caused by heavy rains, in San Antonio. (May 25, 2013)

The San Antonio International Airport recorded nearly 10
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The San Antonio International Airport recorded nearly 10 inches of rain in half a day. (May 25, 2013)

Flood waters cover eight lanes of Highway 281,
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Flood waters cover eight lanes of Highway 281, in San Antonio. (May 25, 2013)

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