Barry Impacts: Flooding Swamps Arkansas Police Station and Animal Shelter; Washes Out Highways | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Barry Impacts: Flooding Swamps Arkansas Police Station and Animal Shelter; Washes Out Highways

The remnants of what was once Hurricane Barry brought widespread flooding into southwestern Arkansas overnight Monday and early Tuesday.

Floodwaters rose over the hoods of cars in the parking lot of the Nashville, Arkansas, Police Department. A spokeswoman for the department told weather.com water was also getting into the building. A video showed a steady stream of water flowing by the Nashville City Hall and the road in front of it.

In Gurdon, Arkansas, water flowed into a handful of businesses along Elm Street.

Flooding at the Clark County Humane Society in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, killed at least one dog and others were in danger of drowning and hypothermia, Janie Allen, president of the board for the society, told Live Storms Media. Other dogs and puppies were swimming for their lives in their kennels.

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