NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – All the heavy rain caused issues for drivers across North Texas.

Fort Worth firefighters and police had to make several high water rescues.

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It was around 11 p.m. when a car got stuck in high water at Cleburne road and Frazier Avenue. A short time late, another vehicle got stuck in in high water on Decatur Avenue, not far from the Stockyards.

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In far south Fort Worth a woman driving down Crowley Road got caught in high water. The woman’s vehicle was disabled but she was able to crawl out of a window and get to safety.

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While there were no emergency rescues, officials with the Denton County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to CBS 11 News that several roads were closed due to high water.