WYLIE (CBSDFW.COM) — Streets in one Wylie neighborhood were underwater after a watermain break.

Water rose so high during the high-water event on November 10 that several homes were flooded and cars parked out front, many in driveways, were flooded and washed out into the streets.

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Mailboxes were partially submerged and residents were left to wade through waters that in some places hit adults above the knee.

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Police cars and fire trucks were brought in to close streets and restrict access to the area surrounded by Parker Road and North Ballard Avenue.

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CBS 11 News contacted officials with the North Texas Municipal Water District but they haven’t yet released any detailed information.