ATLANTA — Flooding swept through parts of Atlanta after storms moved through Thursday afternoon.
Video from social media shows several cars were submerged in water at Clark Atlanta University.
Ashley Clark posted that there was flooding in some of the dorm rooms and the power was out. 11Alive has a crew at the scene where the flooding has subsided but the roads were still covered in mud.
However, earlier in the day, a man was also seen on top of a flooded car in the area.
Clark also posted a video from inside one of the CAU dorms, where you can see flooding in the hallway. Video shows it appears one of the students had her leg trapped in a door.
11Alive's Cody Alcorn spoke with Clark Atlanta student Cherish Turner who was studying for an exam. By the time she got out of the library, she said water was rushing down her shoes.
"It was scary," she said. "I looked out the window and seen the large flood and more videos kept coming in of the cars floating."
A spokesperson for Clark Atlanta University said officials quickly responded to the incidents to support students during the flooding. The university said crews are working to assess the damage and make repairs.
"All students living in the residential areas affected by flooding are in the process of being relocated to new housing. We will continue to assess the impact of the severe inclement weather," the university said in a statement.
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