Video from El Paso, Texas shows the water not draining downtown after heavy rains.

We're taking a look at the video at the bottom of this article and making wild assumptions.

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What's going on? Why doesn't the water seem to be heading down the sewage system I assume they have? Let's let the people in the comments tell this story, shall we?

Some Blame the City:

Others Have Questions

These Two are Wildcards


Check out the video below:

The Human Toll: Stories from the Ground

Behind every news headline, there are real people affected by these disasters. Families were displaced, businesses lost their livelihoods, and individuals faced the frightening reality of the rising floodwaters. The human stories emerging from this event are both heartbreaking and inspiring.

As residents rebuild their lives, the city and state will undoubtedly come together to address the urgent need for improved infrastructure and disaster preparedness.

The Silver Lining

Even in the darkest of storms, there can be a silver lining. The recent flooding in El Paso, Texas has ignited conversations about climate change, urban planning, and the need for better disaster preparedness. It's a stark reminder that we must come together to find solutions for a more resilient and sustainable future.

In the face of adversity, Texas has shown its true colors: a state with unwavering resilience, boundless compassion, and a commitment to overcoming any challenge that comes its way.

Stay strong, Texas! #TexasStrong

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