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Floods Hit San Antonio, Texas

The southern U.S. city of San Antonio, Texas has been hit by flooding that has killed at least two people.

Nearly 40 centimeters of rain has fallen in some parts of the city since early Saturday.

Rescuers have spent much of the past several hours pulling more than 200 people from their flooded cars and homes.

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro is imploring people to stay off the roads.

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