Crews from St. Louis are responding to multiple rescues, with several people trapped in vehicles.

 Crews from St. Louis are responding to multiple rescues, with several people trapped in vehicles.

Crews from St. Louis are responding to multiple rescues, with several people trapped in vehicles.

ST. LOUIS, MO – St. Louis fire crews are responding to multiple locations Thursday afternoon for rescues and people trapped in vehicles due to heavy rain and flash flooding.


A flash flood warning is in effect until 5:45 p.m. Thursday. An emergency alert sent to smart phone users in the St. Louis area advises them not to travel while the rain continues.

According to the St. Louis Fire Department, rescue efforts are underway in the following areas:


Ct. Goodfellow & Selber (Just south of Natural Bridge)

Natural Bridge between Hamilton and Darby: N. Tucker & Cass Page & Union Delmar & Goodfellow

San Francisco and Marcus

Clarendon and Delmar

Maple Natural Bridge 5300 block & Marcus Lindell & Union

Washington 4700 block (Daycare Facility)

4000 block of Lindell 5050 Oakland N. Vandeventer & Washington

Olive and N. Vandeventer

In St. Louis City and County, many highways and streets are flooded with up to several inches of water.


This is an ongoing situation. FOX2 will provide updates as new information becomes available.

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