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"Sweatshirts and raincoats loading sandbags into people's cars. People are taking turns lining up in backing up to the shed where the sandbags are kept. We saw it on the news last night. And we said we've got to go get sandbags Arlington. I'll give up the twenty-five sandbags to anyone who produces their driver's licenses show. They live in the city. People can pick them up at Arlington's operation center on west main from seven in the morning to five in the afternoon. Monday through Friday in Arlington. Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. The Fort Worth fire department has to add to swift water rescue team rainfall continuing to fall throughout the day. We're going to make sure that were available. That's my drift doll with Fort Worth fire. Who says the department is adding to swiftwater rescue teams today to the two that are already on duty this way, there will be one team in each of the four quadrants of the city drift. Al says if need be the city can call an additional swiftwater rescue teams from neighboring. Cities and from across the state. He says people can do their part by simply not trying to drive through flooded out roadways. If you cannot see the road because there's water over top of you don't drive through it. Stay safe. Keep your family safe and another way around that water. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD Texas set another rainfall for record for rainfall. And now it's set daily records three times this month, the ambulance provider in Fort Worth says that rain is causing more crashes Matt's von ski says don't drive with your hazards on when it's raining hazard lights. You might think is a great idea to help people identify the facts that you're driving slowly, but it also becomes a big distraction and hazard."