More Videos

A bittersweet 10,000 Sword Salute at KC Comicon 1:32

A bittersweet 10,000 Sword Salute at KC Comicon

Broadway Deli coming to the Crossroads 2:09

Broadway Deli coming to the Crossroads

Syed Jamal has been moved often while in ICE custody 1:22

Syed Jamal has been moved often while in ICE custody

Shawnee Mission East students come together to mourn loss of classmate 2:26

Shawnee Mission East students come together to mourn loss of classmate

With flowers, Olathe North boys bring Valentine's Day smiles to girls at school 1:39

With flowers, Olathe North boys bring Valentine's Day smiles to girls at school

Watch KC mayor's takedown of police board president over city spending
2:24

Watch KC mayor's takedown of police board president over city spending

These neighbors formed a 'mom squad' to support Syed Jamal family 3:33

These neighbors formed a 'mom squad' to support Syed Jamal family

Shawnee Mission Board of Education selects new superintendent 3:19

Shawnee Mission Board of Education selects new superintendent

Low-wage workers rally on 50th anniversary Memphis sanitation strike 1:09

Low-wage workers rally on 50th anniversary Memphis sanitation strike

Kansas governor, DCF head backing bill that would open some info to pubilc after a child's death 3:23

Kansas governor, DCF head backing bill that would open some info to pubilc after a child's death

Just days after rescuing an family stranded by flood waters on the roof of their Overland Park home, Cyrus Dawson of Blue Springs and Spencer Sherf of Leawood headed to Texas in a military tactical truck to help Texans stranded by Hurricane Harvey. Dawson, who sent photos from Port Neches, said flood waters were about 5 feet deep in most areas. Cory Crofford of Kansas City, Kan. also helped in the rescue efforts. For now, Dawson remains in Port Neches, waiting to see if officials still need his help. Photos courtesy of Cyrus Dawson and Spencer Sherf. Tammy Ljungblad and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star
Just days after rescuing an family stranded by flood waters on the roof of their Overland Park home, Cyrus Dawson of Blue Springs and Spencer Sherf of Leawood headed to Texas in a military tactical truck to help Texans stranded by Hurricane Harvey. Dawson, who sent photos from Port Neches, said flood waters were about 5 feet deep in most areas. Cory Crofford of Kansas City, Kan. also helped in the rescue efforts. For now, Dawson remains in Port Neches, waiting to see if officials still need his help. Photos courtesy of Cyrus Dawson and Spencer Sherf. Tammy Ljungblad and Joe Robertson The Kansas City Star

Rescuers from Blue Springs have life-changing experience in Texas flooding

September 03, 2017 09:01 PM

More Videos

A bittersweet 10,000 Sword Salute at KC Comicon 1:32

A bittersweet 10,000 Sword Salute at KC Comicon

Broadway Deli coming to the Crossroads 2:09

Broadway Deli coming to the Crossroads

Syed Jamal has been moved often while in ICE custody 1:22

Syed Jamal has been moved often while in ICE custody

Shawnee Mission East students come together to mourn loss of classmate 2:26

Shawnee Mission East students come together to mourn loss of classmate

With flowers, Olathe North boys bring Valentine's Day smiles to girls at school 1:39

With flowers, Olathe North boys bring Valentine's Day smiles to girls at school

Watch KC mayor's takedown of police board president over city spending
2:24

Watch KC mayor's takedown of police board president over city spending

These neighbors formed a 'mom squad' to support Syed Jamal family 3:33

These neighbors formed a 'mom squad' to support Syed Jamal family

Shawnee Mission Board of Education selects new superintendent 3:19

Shawnee Mission Board of Education selects new superintendent

Low-wage workers rally on 50th anniversary Memphis sanitation strike 1:09

Low-wage workers rally on 50th anniversary Memphis sanitation strike

Kansas governor, DCF head backing bill that would open some info to pubilc after a child's death 3:23

Kansas governor, DCF head backing bill that would open some info to pubilc after a child's death