Flooded River Destroys Road In Minutes – Watch more Funny Videos

As we enter our rainy/hurricane season, this video reminded me of the awesome and destructive power of water. Watch as a little flood takes out a major chunk of paved road in minutes . . .

And if it’s raining where you are, be careful!



  1. Mocha with Linda

    Wow. That’s why the computer voice of the weather warnings about low water crossings says “turn around don’t drown.”

    I’ll pass on that, but I do wish we would get some rain. We ended last year 17.5 inches below normal, and this year we’re more than 4 inches below. All our lakes are about 20 feet below full.

  2. Karen Wilber

    Wow. I’ve been watching the daily rise and fall of Tampa Bay from my window this week–checking the tide tables before I venture out into this rain. Some days the water is calm–threatening other days. Its power seems unstoppable. No wonder the disciples marveled that the wind and waves obeyed Jesus.

  3. Anonymous

    That was amazing. We have been in a drought down here in southern Texas since I moved here. But I, too, see the signs saying, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown”. How an innocent looking flooding situation can do so much damage in such a short amount of time is incredible. I will definitely respect those signs in the future! Clyde

  4. Kay Day

    We’re under a flood advisory as I type. My son keeps asking what that means, so I used this video to show him. Thanks for your input into my child’s education!

  5. Sue

    That is just nuts! I have a very healthy respect for water after we got caught in a monsoon in Myrtle Beach a few years ago!

  6. Linda G

    Oh my. Most of our flooding comes when the leaves clog up the storm drains. Here in Oregon where supposibly it always rains it is in the 90’s. Hottest day of the year so far and not a cloud in sight.

  7. Anonymous

    Powerful, and intimidating. I remember as a tyke having to walk a plank from our car to another feet away, but not in the water during a flash flood in Oklahoma. The adults were up tight. I just thought “What’s the big deal? We stand in water deeper than this at the beach!” Ah-the naivete of sheltered, suburban kids.

    Mary Kay


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