DALLAS (AP) — Authorities believe they've found the body of one of two men missing after being swept into rain-swollen creeks in Dallas and Fort Worth.
Fort Worth Fire Department spokesman Richard Harrison tells The Associated Press a body was found in the search area Sunday afternoon but has not been positively identified as the missing man. A witness said the man was swept away Saturday night after stepping in the creek to cool off.
Lt. Jerome Henry of Dallas-Fire Rescue tells The Dallas Morning News (http://tinyurl.com/95m6rco ) the search resumed Sunday for a man swept away in Dallas' White Rock Creek. Witnesses say the man was fishing when he lost his footing.
The storms caused street flooding, stranded drivers and a partial roof cave-in at the Urban Inter Tribal Center of Texas.
Information from: The Dallas Morning News, http://www.dallasnews.com