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East Texans capture flooding and toppled trees during heavy rain

Source: KTRE viewer Susan Morgan Source: KTRE viewer Susan Morgan
Source: KTRE viewer Susan Morgan Source: KTRE viewer Susan Morgan
Source: KTRE viewer Kevin Terry Source: KTRE viewer Kevin Terry
Source: KTRE viewer Michael Brandon Weisinger Source: KTRE viewer Michael Brandon Weisinger
Source: KTRE viewer Teresa Cammarata Millard Source: KTRE viewer Teresa Cammarata Millard
EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - On Thursday, Deep East Texas residents captured major flooding, toppled trees and damaged roads on their smartphones. Angelina County was hit the hardest with over 4-inches of rain counted early Thursday. 

KTRE viewer Kevin Terry shot footage of his front yard completely flooded. He said the water covered his muffler making it impossible to get to work on Thursday. 

Over in Woden, KTRE viewer Teresa Millard took photos of a tree that crushed a home. KTRE reporter Donna McCollum found out that the tree was a century old and fell one the home of a family of five in Woden. 

In Angelina County, KTRE viewer Corey Ray Belcher got video of Winston 8 Ranch that resembled more like a lake.

KTRE viewer Susan Morgan shared her images of the severely damaged section of U.S. Highway 103 West near Farm-to-Market 2021, where both lanes are impassable. Texas Department of Transportation officials are working to make repairs as quickly as possible to the damaged road.

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