CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Students from the Alice Independent School District were rescued as they were heading back to school Monday.
According to the Alice Echo-News Journal, a bus driving near South Reynolds Street and Hughes Avenue had to call police for assistance.
At the time, four students and the driver were inside. Police were able to get the students back to their school.
The incident serves as a reminder for motorists to watch out for water on roadways and not risk going through flooded areas.
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