With steady rain expected throughout the day, local emergency personnel are encouraging drivers to avoid flooded roadways at all times.
At around 9:40 a.m. today, a driver evacuated from a car stuck in the 2700 block of Fox Mill Road in Reston.
When units arrived on the scene, the driver had already evacuated from the car. No injuries were reported.
Units just responded to potential water rescue in the 2700 block of Fox Mill Road in the Reston area. Car stuck in flooded roadway. Driver had evacuated car prior to arrival. PLEASE, all drivers remember to #TurnAroundDontDrown! Do not enter a flooded roadway! #fcfrd #news pic.twitter.com/Ue8mz9BZn0
— Fairfax Fire/Rescue (@ffxfirerescue) November 5, 2018
Fox Mill Road a little south of Reston is closed due to flooding in the roadway. It’s roughly the 2700/2800 block that is closed. pic.twitter.com/49KKtunt1M
— Tom Roussey (@tomrousseyABC7) November 5, 2018
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