Several Apartment Buildings Flooded in Rockville, One Person Has Died and Two are Unaccounted For

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Several Apartment Buildings Flooded in Rockville, One Person Has Died and Two are Unaccounted For

Residents of Congressional Towers and Rock Creek Woods Apartments were evacuated this morning due to flooding caused by heavy rain overnight.

Water rescues were performed for residents this morning and FOX 5 is reporting that one person has died. At this this time there are still two individuals who are unaccounted for.

The Mid-County Community Recreation Center at 2004 Queensguard Rd in Silver Spring will now be a reception center for residents from the Rockville apartment buildings that were affected by flooding. Red Cross is currently at the center assisting.

Kristen Powers of WJLA 7 tweeted the following video this morning:

Megan Rivers of WUSA 9 shared video footage of inside one of the apartment buildings:

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1 Comment on "Several Apartment Buildings Flooded in Rockville, One Person Has Died and Two are Unaccounted For"

  1. This is scary. I know there is a creek between the Woodmont Golf and Congressional Towers but I didnt think it would overflow and flood Congressional Towers.

    The video of Rock Creek Woods Apts is unbelievable. I didnt know there is a creek there.
    Why is the white oak rec center being used when there is a rec center in the neighborhood right there on Twinbrook Parkway?

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