Halloween storms flood parts of Texas, rip across the US

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AUSTIN, TX – Halloween was a washout for parts of Texas. Severe thunderstorms swamped Austin with up to 14 inches of rain.

Flash floods killed one person when he was swept out of his car, and more than 100 people had to be rescued.

Back in Houston, the local chapter of the American Red Cross is loading up and heading down to central Texas to help with the recovery efforts.

Texas wasn’t the only state to see a hellish Halloween.

Powerful storms ripped through Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Ohio and Tennessee.

A 9-year-old boy died in Nashville after he was electrocuted by a downed power line.

The storms have rolled on, but they’re not done yet.

The East Coast is going to get walloped, too.

Talk about a nasty start to November!

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