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    Heavy thunderstorms hit Fort Worth in late June, causing flooding throughout the city, and on Hulen Street near Arlington Heights High School and the Central Market parking lot, the water got very deep,.

Heavy thunderstorms hit Fort Worth in late June, causing flooding throughout the city, and on Hulen Street near Arlington Heights High School and the Central Market parking lot, the water got very deep,. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
Heavy thunderstorms hit Fort Worth in late June, causing flooding throughout the city, and on Hulen Street near Arlington Heights High School and the Central Market parking lot, the water got very deep,. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

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