Flash flooding is wreaking havoc all across Texoma. From shutting down roads, and forcing home evacuations to even performing water rescues.
At around 9 a.m. Wednesday, roughly 15 different homes were evacuated. Water surrounded homes and roadways, forcing residents to pack up and leave as soon as they could.
"I didn't think that there was going to be a situation to worry about," said Glen Maynard, a resident forced to evacuate. "Wasn't until I was at work in a meeting and Gwen, my wife, called and said 'hey you better get here real quick we need some help, we're being told by the Sheriff's Office we have to evacuate."
But for the Maynard's this situation is all too familiar. Back in 2008 flood waters devastated their home leaving them with $80,000 worth of damage.
"Definitely flash backs," said Maynard.
"We had already set our electronics and stuff that was low on the floor up the night before," said Gwen Maynard. "We were just afraid that something like that would happen again."
But this time, the Maynard's had more to lose. They were praying to get Glen's elderly mother out of the home safe.
"We had to call the ambulance and everything to come out there and get her because we didn't know how else we were going to get her out of there," said Gwen Maynard.
Now the Maynard's are just searching for answers. They said after the flood of 2008 they were told this was something they would never have to deal with again. However, they were wrong.