After Tropical Storm Alex slammed Florida over the weekend, heavy gusts and torrential rainfall caused significant flooding in Miami.
The floods have also wreaked havoc on inhabitants’ life, with roads inaccessible and motorists unable to go.
Tow trucks spent hours dragging automobiles out of flood waters in chic Brickell, downtown Miami’s urban heart, which was particularly heavily struck by the hurricane, according to NBC Miami.
According to Tampa Bay CBS station WTSP, firefighters spent hours rescuing drivers stranded in their vehicles.
According to the article, some drivers were forced to flee their vehicles by climbing out of their sunroofs.