Rescuers helped Steve Laudie (center, carrying his shoes) and two of his children Amaura, 9, and Davis, 5, through floodwaters after their Mosby, Mo., home was flooded Sunday. Heavy rains from thunderstorms Saturday night into Sunday morning caused the Fishing River near Mosby to flood. Sgt. Chris Johnson, with the Clay County Sheriff's Office, carried Amaura, while Clay County parks chief Zephry Bingham carried Davis. Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Bryan Parrott and Cpl. David Campbell assisted with the rescue.
Rescuers helped Steve Laudie (center, carrying his shoes) and two of his children Amaura, 9, and Davis, 5, through floodwaters after their Mosby, Mo., home was flooded Sunday. Heavy rains from thunderstorms Saturday night into Sunday morning caused the Fishing River near Mosby to flood. Sgt. Chris Johnson, with the Clay County Sheriff's Office, carried Amaura, while Clay County parks chief Zephry Bingham carried Davis. Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Bryan Parrott and Cpl. David Campbell assisted with the rescue. ROBERT A. CRONKLETON The Kansas City Star
Rescuers helped Steve Laudie (center, carrying his shoes) and two of his children Amaura, 9, and Davis, 5, through floodwaters after their Mosby, Mo., home was flooded Sunday. Heavy rains from thunderstorms Saturday night into Sunday morning caused the Fishing River near Mosby to flood. Sgt. Chris Johnson, with the Clay County Sheriff's Office, carried Amaura, while Clay County parks chief Zephry Bingham carried Davis. Missouri Highway Patrol Sgt. Bryan Parrott and Cpl. David Campbell assisted with the rescue. ROBERT A. CRONKLETON The Kansas City Star

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May 17, 2015 09:06 AM