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Rain causes stalled cars, accidents across the ArkLaTex

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A car was hit by an 18-wheeler after stalling in high waters on I-20 between Hearne and Jewella avenues. A car was hit by an 18-wheeler after stalling in high waters on I-20 between Hearne and Jewella avenues.
This is the second car that stalled in high waters on I-20 between Hearne and Jewella avenues. This is the second car that stalled in high waters on I-20 between Hearne and Jewella avenues.
A car stalled in high waters on Mansfield Road near Greenwood Road. A car stalled in high waters on Mansfield Road near Greenwood Road.
Police rescued two people after their car flooded out on Claiborne Avenue near Mansfield Road. Police rescued two people after their car flooded out on Claiborne Avenue near Mansfield Road.
Police rescued a man after his car stalled on Claiborne Avenue near Mansfield Road just minutes after rescuing two people in the same area. Police rescued a man after his car stalled on Claiborne Avenue near Mansfield Road just minutes after rescuing two people in the same area.
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

From stalled cars to car accidents, Friday morning rains are causing roads across the ArkLaTex to become dangerous for drivers.

Two cars stalled because of high waters on I-20 westbound Hearne and Jewella avenues. One of the cars was then hit by an 18-wheeler. No one was injured. Police say no citations were issued.

Another car stalled after the driver attempted to driver through high waters on Mansfield Road near Greenwood Road. Police say the engine flooded out. The driver was able to get out of the car to safety without rescue.

Two people were rescued by police after their car was flooded out on Claiborne Avenue near Mansfield Road. Police say when they arrived, the two people were climbing out of the car windows to escape rising waters.

Just minutes after the first rescue, police say another driver passes through the same area causing that car to stall. Police were able to get that person to safety helping him climb out of his car window. 

We'll keep you updated on areas to avoid on your morning commute on air and online.

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