High water locations in and around Houston

Monday, September 18, 2017 10:19PM
288 northbound at 610 was underwater, causing officers to shut down the road.


HOUSTON - From Houston to Pasadena, a day of heavy showers has brought high water back to the area.

In fact, near 288 and Sims Bayou, it saw 4 and a half inches of rain in one hour.

288 northbound at 610 was underwater, causing officers to shut down the road.

A police officer saw a stalled car and immediately called for a high water rescue vehicle.

When the officer got closer, he noticed that no one was in the car.

Here is a look at some of the problem areas. Remember, turn around, don't drown:

HOUSTON
As reported by Houston Transtar
IH-45 GULF Northbound At IH-610 SOUTH LOOP Left Shoulder,Left Lane,Exit Ramp Verified at 6:24 PM today
IH-45 GULF Southbound After IH-69 EASTEX Right Lane,Center Lane Verified at 7:18 PM today

SH-288 Northbound At IH-610 SOUTH LOOP Left Lane,Right Lane Verified at 8:05 PM today

PASADENA
Sims Bayou at SH 288
Sims Bayou at Hiram Clarke (SW)

I-10 near Channelview
Buffalo Bayou at Milam Street

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