Shannon Collier-Saergert, whose sister lives in the Dayton area, said her home was flooded with three feet of water. She moved valuables upstairs in an effort to preserve them until water recedes.
A family friend volunteered to let Saergert and her family move in temporarily.
PRESIDENT TRUMP VISITS>> On Tuesday, President Donald Trump tried to assure Texans that state and federal officials are doing all they can to help the Lone Star State deal with the aftermath of a tropical system that continued to drop record amounts of rain on the Texas Gulf Coast.
>> Waiting the worst part about Harvey
>> Questions on mayor’s decision not to evacuate Houston
>> Texas records most rainfall ever in continental U.S.
>> Houston police officers drowns
>> Military response has been limited; that will change soon
>> Ohio Task Force 1 rescues people from apartments
>> President Trump vows to do rescue ‘better than ever before’
>> Rumor debunked: No sharks in the streets
Rescue groups accepting dogs from Texas
>> Joel Osteen opens church as shelter
>> Fire ant logs float in flood waters
>> PHOTOS: Rescue images
HOW TO HELP
>> How to donate, volunteer - and avoid scams
People form human chain to get pregnant woman out of flooded home