Rescuers in Anderson County have responded to three calls of drivers trapped in high waters, authorities said Sunday.
There were no injuries reported, but the cars remained in the flooded areas, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Department said.
One of those rescue calls was on Airport Road just east of Oliver Springs. In that case, a man who calledÂ 911 at the Oliver Springs Police Department at about 9 p.m. Saturday was ableÂ to escape on his own through flood water reported to be chest-deep.
The other two rescue calls were on Mountain Road and Pumpkin Hollow Road in east Anderson County, said Mark Lucas, Anderson County Sheriff’s Department chief deputy. [Read more…]