Officers with the Tuscaloosa Police Department and the Swift Water Rescue team of the Tuscaloosa Fire Rescue Service are working together to search for a motorist missing after their vehicle was swept away by floodwaters on Greensboro Avenue Saturday afternoon.

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A TPD spokeswoman shared a photo from the scene, where dozens of first responders are searching for the missing motorist.

The search seems centered on a drainage ditch near the street, which was full of surging water after a shower dumped several inches of rain on the Druid City early Saturday afternoon.

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