Residents of flooded neighborhoods concerned over frequent flooding

Early morning flooding forced residents out of their Oakcrest homes Tuesday morning.

Homeowners say the drainage ditches were full and overflowing.

High water also carried debris, trash, and tarps into the roadway.

Both neighbors and property managers say they're concerned with how often their homes have flooded in the past couple of years.

"This is the second time we've had flooding that has not only gotten into the apartment, but has gotten into buildings," said Tony Crouch, Property owner of NHD Properties.

Property owners are working to clean up the area and are waiting for flood waters to recede.

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