Harrison County firefighters responded to two separate calls of residents being trapped in their homes Sunday morning due to rising flood waters in the eastern part of the county.
Chief Charlie Carson said the first call came in at 7:30 a.m. from a resident saying flood waters had trapped her in her home on Smalley Branch Road off US 62 East.
“We couldn’t get to her because the water was seven feet over the road,” Carson said Tuesday morning.
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