More bodies found after severe Texas storms
HOUSTON - The death toll from flooding in Texas has reached at least six after authorities found the body of an elderly woman who had been swept away from her home in the Austin area.
Travis County Emergency Services spokeswoman Lisa Block says the woman's body was found Saturday afternoon. Her name hasn't been released.
Block says the woman and a man had been swept away by flood waters on Friday from their southeast Travis County home. The man was found alive and treated at a hospital.
Earlier Saturday, the body of a man who went missing after his vehicle was caught in floodwaters in Travis County was also recovered, as well as the bodies of two people in Houston.
Two bodies were recovered in the Austin and San Antonio areas Friday.
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