Flash Floods Swamp Riley County, Kansas
Hundreds of people were evacuated from their homes in Riley County, Kansas, on Monday, September 3, after storms brought torrential rain to the state.
The National Weather Service Topeka recorded 9.3 inches of rainfall in Manhattan, Kansas, on Monday as Wildcat Creek broke its bank swamping homes and businesses. Riley County Police Department tweeted that officers had rescued at least 150 people using boats and dump trucks on Monday.
This drone footage shows flooding at various locations in Manhattan, which is the home of Kansas State University.
Credit: Riley County Police Department via Storyful