The death toll on the road is mounting after a day of record rain.

Some parts of North Texas received record rainfall with vehicles being left stranded

After a bone-dry summer, in one day, this became the second-wettest August on record, nearly breaking a 24-hour rain total record and triggering deadly flooding.

After a bone-dry summer, in one day, this became the second-wettest August on record, nearly breaking a 24-hour rain total record and triggering deadly flooding.

A state of disaster has been declared in Dallas County after a day of intense, deadly rainfall.

Dallas County was hit by record rainfall on Monday, with flash flooding closing roads and causing people to be trapped in their homes.

Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to more than 190 high water calls on Sunday and Monday.

Tanya Tyra her mother, Gail McKiernan and her dogs were trapped in their car. A man with a rope pulled them out of danger.

Along 635 in Mesquite between Military and Scyene, drivers were swallowed by rising water on the freeway and the road below.