WASHINGTON — Massive flooding ripped through Ellicott City, Maryland, Sunday evening following heavy rains and storms.
The flooding caused Gov. Larry Hogan to call for a state of emergency.
The historic city saw similar flooding two years ago in July 2016. Two people died and several businesses saw heavy damage.
See photos and video of the flooding in the gallery below.
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