topical Updated photos, video: Central Nebraska flooding Jul 11, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save See photos from flooding Tuesday after heavy rain in south-central Nebraska. Alda roads Superior flooding More Superior flooding Flooding Some of the flooding in Lexington. A car is stalled in the middle of the road. Dawson County Sheriff's Office Facebook page Sapp Bros. Flooding on the north side of the Odessa interchange at I-80 on Tuesday. State Patrol Facebook page Lexington area Flooding in the Lexington area on Tuesday. Nebraska State Patrol Facebook page Lexington flooding An aerial photo shows flooding Tuesday in the Lexington area. Nebraska State Patrol Facebook page Lexington flooding An aerial photo shows flooding Tuesday in the Lexington area. Nebraska State Patrol Facebook page Darr interchange Flooding Tuesday near the Darr interchange. Nebraska State Patrol Facebook page Oxford flooding Flooding overnight Monday in Oxford. Oxford Fire/Rescue WATCH: Heavy rains cause flash flood chaos in Nebraska Kearney Crews get people to safety Tuesday in Kearney. State Patrol Facebook page Kearney An aerial view of flooding in Kearney at Interstate 80, exit 272. Nebraska State Patrol Facebook page Dawson County water Post by Dawson County Sheriff's Office. Video: Kearney flooding NSP views from light armored vehicle Some views from our Light Armored Vehicle of the flooding. pic.twitter.com/PBHPTAELb5— NSP Troop D (@NSP_TroopD) July 10, 2019 Looking for stranded pets This kayaker Good Samaritan is looking for stranded dogs and cats with his pet bird... #Kearney #Flood2019TwoPointOh @OPDCanoe1 #KayakSavior pic.twitter.com/lZIShKB63F— NSP Troop D (@NSP_TroopD) July 10, 2019 Streets of water Flooding in Kearney pic.twitter.com/8d7gOKBsbs— NSP Carrier Enf (@NSP_CarrierEnf) July 9, 2019 Storm runoff menaces Nebraska communities This image made from video provided by the Nebraska State Patrol shows a flooded area near the junction of Interstate 80 and Nebraska 44 in Kearney on Tuesday. Nebraska State Patrol/AP Storm runoff menaces Nebraska communities This image made from video provided by the Nebraska State Patrol shows a flooded area near the junction of Interstate 80 and Nebraska 44 in Kearney Tuesday. State Patrol via AP Storm runoff menaces Nebraska communities This image made from video provided by the Nebraska State Patrol shows a flooded building of the Nebraska State Patrol Troop C near the junction of Interstate 80 and Nebraska 44 in Kearney Tuesday. State Patrol via AP NEMA on job Nebraska Emergency Support Function representatives received a brief in the State Emergency Operations Center and on a conference call about flooding in south central Nebraska following up to 9.5 inches of rain overnight. pic.twitter.com/z7H0IJHGlY— NEMA (@NEMAtweets) July 9, 2019 Train derailed after railing washed out Light armoed vehicle in Kearney Kearney flooding Wednesday morning Sandbagging in Superior Kearney flooding Photos taken from atop Yanney Tower looking south show the flooding in Kearney on Tuesday. Ryan McGinnins, Courtesy photo Kearney flooding The rains that flooded parts of Kearney Tuesday morning did significant damage to the city's bustling tourism business. Ryan McGinnins, Courtesy Photo Kearney flooding On Tuesday, airboat enthusiasts helped evacuate hotel guests in Kearney after rains flooded one of the city's main thoroughfares. Ryan McGinnins, Courtesy photo Kearney flooding Flooding in Kearney on Tuesday covered streets on the south end of town. Ryan McGinnis, Courtesy photo Tags Flooding State-and-regional As featured on Floodwater swamps Kearney hotels after 9 inches of rain reported in south-central Nebraska A midsummer thunderstorm complex that dumped widespread torrential rain over areas of south-… +8 As floodwaters recede in Kearney, Gibbon braces for another muddy mess; 1 person dies near Cozad The floodwaters that swept through Kearney on Tuesday, forcing hundreds of travelers and con… Towns along Wood River brace for flooding WOOD RIVER — More communities in south-central Nebraska braced Thursday for flooding from th… Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Load comments Most Popular City hall: Public art Spider-Man hands confused for devil horns, called anti-Christian Legendary Michigan coach offers full support for Revelle; calls what coach is going through 'outrageous' Huskers Dismuke, Stovall cited by LPD Lincoln officer resigns rather than face possible termination Steven M. Sipple: Frost heads to Big Ten Media Days with tension at a bare minimum Enjoy Dinner at Carmela’s Bistro and Wine Bar! VALUE: $20 DISCOUNT: 50% PRICE: $10 View Deal View All Promotions promotion spotlight What's your home style? promotion Who said it: Belichick or Churchill?