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Central Texas waterways typically known as quick vacation destinations for San Antonians were struck with brutal flooding this week, with deaths and widespread destruction left in the aftermath.
Before and after photos show just how intense the Llano and Colorado Rivers floods were, as well as how they affected state parks and dams along the way.
Click through the slideshow above to see a side-by-side comparison of this week’s flooding and how the sites typically look.
More than 10 inches of rain fell in the already-saturated area since Monday, according to the Associated Press, causing the Llano River to crest at near-record levels on Tuesday.
Canyon Lake reached maximum capacity on Thursday, according to waterdataforTexas.org.
Flooding remains a concern Thursday as forecasters predicted an inch of rain for Central Texas. More rain is expected on Friday.
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