Several swift water rescues around town today, no reported injuries

Multiple agencies and crews have been busy all day responding to reports of people stranded inside of vehicles that drove through low water crossings. 

As of 1:39 pm on Thursday there have been no reported injuries. 

FOX 7's Rudy Koski and Noelle Newton are out in the field piecing together the day's events.

 

 

 

According to Travis County Emergency Services, "Vehicle in the water at low-water crossing at 14124 Fitzhugh Rd. Patient already rescued by Hays County."

Several other rescues were underway on Thursday

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