News stations in Madison have been on duty throughout the night tracking the dangerous flash flooding that struck south central Wisconsin Monday evening. Thank you for everything you’re doing to keep residents informed and safe.
STRANDED IN MIDDLETON
Hundreds of people are currently stranded in buildings throughout the Middleton area Tuesday morning, according to Police Chief Police Chief Chuck Foulke. #WKOWhttps://t.co/TqhqLfqQGx pic.twitter.com/fi2Dym3GR6
— WKOW 27 (@WKOW) August 21, 2018
Fire Department just showed-up for a stranded car on E. Mifflin. People are still driving down the street despite the water levels. #TurnAroundDontDrown #NBC15 @nbc15_madison pic.twitter.com/7K5OyyIMJ2
— Kalie Greenberg (@KalieG_NBC15) August 20, 2018
A foot crew is still out looking for that missing man on the west side – now that it’s getting lighter out, more dive teams are preparing to re-search the culverts off Regis Road #News3 pic.twitter.com/HOKQSIWoMf
— Leah Linscheid (@news3leah) August 21, 2018