Water and mud remains on Houston area roads

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SkyEye13 shows some of the hot spots where drivers are taking chances with high water. (KTRK)

The Independence Day deluge sent high water over Houston streets and freeways. While most has receded, a few trouble spots remain.

Heavy tropical downpours drenched the Houston area on Wednesday, stranding drivers.

By Thursday morning, high water remained on I-45 North, northbound at N. Main Street.

Also, mud covers part of the roadway on Memorial Drive inbound at Shepherd. At least one lane of traffic is getting by.

The Westpark Tollway eastbound lanes were closed at Post Oak while crews cleaned up mud and debris. Those lanes opened to traffic at about 6:35 a.m.

VIDEO: Flash flooding forced the closure of I-10
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Flash flooding on I-10



If your car was towed, you can check its status at 713-308-8580 or visit findmytowedcar.com/home.

You can also call 311 and ask for the tow line.

VIDEO: High water on I-10 at Post Oak
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A high water rescue underway on I-10 at Post Oak.

VIDEO: Cars turning around on I-10 to avoid high water
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Cars turning around on I-10

VIDEO: High water blocked Highway 288 at Southmore
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High water on Highway 288 at Southmore.

VIDEO: Street flooding on Bay Area Boulevard
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Street flooding on Bay Area Blvd.



VIDEO: Street flooding in Sagemont area
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High water spots appearing in Sagemont area

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