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By: Fox S.A. Staff
Two people died when a suspected drunk driver lost control and landed on train tracks on San Antonio's southwest side.
Police say Rosalio Padilla lost control on Cupples road near General Hudnell and went airborne.
The car landed on train tracks and was then hit by a train.
A man and woman riding with Padilla died in the crash and so far their names have not been released.
Padilla survived and faces intoxication manslaughter charges.
High-water rescues reported in San Antonio area
May 25, 2013 16:58 GMT
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- San Antonio firefighters have pulled people from submerged cars and rescued passengers whose bus was swept away in flood waters from torrential rains.
Officials say numerous roads have been closed because of flash flooding.
VIA Metropolitan Transit's spokeswoman Priscilla Ingle says firefighters on a boat were able to rescue the three bus passengers and driver early Saturday. She says nobody was injured.
As of Saturday morning, the San Antonio Airport had recorded nearly 10 inches of rain in the past eight hours or so.
The National Weather Service says rain continues falling at a rate of 2 inches per hour in several counties.
Emergency crews have responded to dozens of water rescues and are taking boats to a reportedly flooded neighborhood in a San Antonio suburb.
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