At 10:56 a.m. the stream flow gauge at Ranch Road 12 showed the river was at 30.75 feet, which would be above major flooding stage.
everyone inside the car was able to get out safely, but the car ended up getting stuck.
A district spokesperson says the bus had four Eastside Memorial High students on board at the time.
Austin continues to get soaked by heavy rainfall for the second day in a row.
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Water washed over roads and hail forced cars to take cover under highway overpasses.
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The city is looking at a system that will store water that can later be retrieved during drought conditions.
TxDOT says they are working to repair a road that washed out in Fayette County Monday morning.
Four homes were evacuated in Bastrop County Sunday night, all of them in the same neighborhood near Paige.
Westbound traffic on Highway 71 just outside of La Grange was also blocked due to high water.
EMS told KXAN their car was covered with water.
One homeowner in Granger had to be rescued from his home due to flooding.
People who live along Onion Creek in Southeast Austin are encouraged to monitor conditions overnight.