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sing flood waters from San Jose's Coyote Creek trapping as many as 20 people on Tuesday after days of heavy rain in Northern California.>> A couple people, the current was taking them and then we had to jump in there and grab them.>> The current was too strong and it even took my boots off.
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>> The floods prompting evacuations of nearly 200 residents in a series of rescues in and around the city of one million people. Firefighters say they're not used to this kind of emergency.>> This is an area where typically we don't have water issues. We typically have vegetation fire issues.
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City officials are advising residents in other creek side neighborhoods to leave their homes. So far at least 300 homes have been flooded, but there have been no reports of deaths or injuries. Though with the next heavy storm expected to hit Northern California this weekend, the worst may still be ahead.
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