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Flooding at Carrier Pkwy and I-20 in 2015. When you drive into floodwaters, you're not only putting your own life at risk, but also the lives of those who will be called in to rescue you.
Flooding at Seeton Road in 2010. It only takes 12 inches of water to carry off a small car and 18 inches of water to sweep a larger vehicle away. Don't risk driving into flood waters. Turn Around Don't Drown!
Flooding Under Tarrant Bridge. Each year on average more than 50% of all flood fatalities are vehicle related.
Flooding at Belt Line Road in 2010. Flash flooding is the No. 1 cause of weather-related damage.
Grand Prairie Flooding in 2015. It is illegal to drive around a barricade. Drivers put themselves in danger as well as their rescuers.
Flooding at Grand Prairie Development Center (which is located outside of the "floodplain") in 2009. Homeowners and renters can buy flood insurance -- not only those who live within a floodplain.
Residential Flood Damage in 2015. Flash flooding is the No. 1 cause of weather-related damage.
Flooding at Cottonwood and Carrier Pkwy in 2010. Being aware of the possibility of hazardous weather in your area can save your life! Start your day by visiting www.weather.gov to find out if your area is under flood threat.
Drainage Crew. The City of Grand Prairie Drainage Crew is on call 24/7 during heavy rainfall.