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After several were rescued from flood waters early Thursday morning, local organizations spring to action to help. Above, a San Marcos Fire Department crew rescues individuals from the Blanco River on Thursday. Daily Record photo by Lance Winter

Local organizations ask for community donations after Thursday's flooding

San Marcos received heavy rainfall overnight causing flooding to many areas around the city.

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Amid heavy rainfall early Thursday morning, San Marcos first responders rescued eight people and two dogs from floodwaters. San Marcos Fire Department deployed two Zodiac swift-water rescue boats to locate and remove victims from fast-moving water. Daily Record photos by Lance Winter

SWIFT WATER RESCUE: San Marcos Fire Department, STAR Flight crews rescue 8 from flood water after heavy rainfall

Amid heavy rainfall early Thursday morning, San Marcos first responders rescued eight people and two dogs from floodwaters. 

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