VERO BEACH, Fla. - Parts of Indian River County were under water Sunday morning.
The county received nearly 10 inches of rain over the past few days' as a result some roads and neighborhoods experienced minor flooding.
A small portion of US 1, just north of 4th Street, was closed because of high water. Catfish were even seen swimming in the street.
Indian River County's public works director says the county's storm drain system was just overwhelmed by all the rain.
Heavy winds also knocked debris into roadways.
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