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The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen LOADING UP: Hot Springs Fire Department Lt. Kenny Talbert, left, and driver Ricky Ilenfeld, both members of the department's swift water rescue team, load their 15-foot Zodiac rescue boat as they prepare to leave for Texas Wednesday morning. A four-man crew is deploying to the storm ravaged, flooded area to help in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen LOADING UP: Hot Springs Fire Department Lt. Kenny Talbert, left, and driver Ricky Ilenfeld, both members of the department's swift water rescue team, load their 15-foot Zodiac rescue boat as they prepare to leave for Texas Wednesday morning. A four-man crew is deploying to the storm ravaged, flooded area to help in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Swift water team, boat crews deployed to Texas

By Steven Mross
This article was published August 31, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

As Texas continues to struggle with massive flooding in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a swift water rescue team from the Hot Springs Fire Department and boat groups from area volunteer fire departments were deployed to the area Wednesday morning to help.

The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen TEAM EFFORT: From left, Hot Springs Fire Department firefighter Blake Harmon, driver Ricky Ilenfeld, Lt. Kenny T...

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