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Heavy Rain on April 28-29 2006 (Flood Pictures)
 
Two to three inches of rain fell in a short period of time in west Little Rock (Pulaski County) on 04/29/2006. The rain caused some flash flooding, as the following screen captures would suggest. The screen captures are from 1222 pm to 1259 pm at Landers Toyota Scion at I-430 and Colonel Glenn. Forty five cars were ruined, with damage estimated at $1.8 million. The captures were made from a video courtesy of Landers Toyota Scion.     
 
Flash flooding began at 1222 pm CDT.
In the picture: Flash flooding began at 1222 pm CDT. Click to enlarge.
At 1223 pm CDT, the water was getting deeper and flowing swiftly.
In the picture: At 1223 pm CDT, the water was getting deeper and flowing swiftly. Click to enlarge.
 
By 1225 pm, the road through the dealership was under water.
In the picture: By 1225 pm, the road through the dealership was under water. Click to enlarge.
How deep was the water? Check out the vehicle driving through the water at 1229 pm CDT.
In the picture: How deep was the water? Check out the vehicle driving through the water at 1229 pm CDT. Click to enlarge.
 
At 1242 pm CDT, people at the dealership attempted to move cars sitting in the water.
In the picture: At 1242 pm CDT, people at the dealership attempted to move cars sitting in the water. The first car moved ended up stalling. Click to enlarge.
By 1249 pm CDT, most of the cars had been driven away...with the focus shifting to the stalled car.
In the picture: By 1249 pm CDT, most of the cars had been driven away...with the focus shifting to the stalled car. Click to enlarge.
 
The flood water was subsiding at 1259 pm CDT.
In the picture: The flood water was subsiding at 1259 pm CDT. Click to enlarge.

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