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BUCYRUS, Ohio -- Flash flooding is bringing communities in north central Ohio to a wet standstill.
In Bucyrus, crews ran out of "Road Closed" signs because so many roads were flooded Tuesday.
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Tuesday marks the 15th day in a row of rain in Crawford County.
The Sandusky River crested Tuesday morning and now families are being forced from their homes.
"I got some clothing, things for the kids like bedding, but as far as major stuff, the fridge stove, I'm hoping it just don't get no higher. Then we can come home," said resident Raelynn Skelton.
Crawford County EMA Director Tom Flock is told the river could hit 12 feet by Wednesday -- the 100-year flood mark.
Things get worse at night, when drivers have a much more difficult time estimating the depth of water. This is when drivers often get vehicles stuck in high water.
For now, emergency officials say it's best to simply find some place dry to stay, with enough food and water to outlast the flash floods.