Baldwin County hit with flooding

Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers have responded to another need — flooding in Baldwin County.

On April 29, torrential rains brought historic flooding to coastal areas of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Between 6 and 10 p.m., more than 26 inches of rain fell in some places, leaving homes flooded with as much as 6 feet of water inside.

In Baldwin County, homeowners near the Fish River were evacuated by helicopters, jet skis, boats and firefighters.

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