Body found in Pataspco River days after Ellicott City flooding

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He was assigned to Camp Fretterd Military Reservation in Reistertown, Maryland, but was not on active duty at the time of the accident.

Hermond has been a member of the Maryland Army National Guard since 2009, a National Guard spokesman said.

The National Weather Service said a flash flood warning has been issued for the area, calling it an "extremely risky situation" and urging motorists not to attempt to navigate flooded roads.

The remains of 39-year-old Eddison Hermond were recovered in the Patapsco River near the Baltimore County line, the Howard County Police Department said.

Mr. Miller said Sunday's rain started around 2:45 p.m. and had not yet subsided as of around 6:30 p.m.

Main Street, also known as Frederick Road, was transformed into a waterway over the weekend, as brown water sluiced through town, destroying shops and upending cars. Pls continue to monitor social media for updates.

Many of Ellicott City's residents and business owners are set on rebuilding following Sunday's flash flooding. Now they face yet another massive cleanup, serious economic losses and a daunting comeback. It's the same street devastated by flash flooding in July 2016. "We'll just have to assess it", he said, speaking near a bridge where several crushed cars were swept into a muddy tributary's banks.

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"We understand that you are anxious to claim your belongings and assess property damage", Howard County government said in a statement Monday.

"We're deeply saddened to learn that the body of Sgt. Eddison Hermond has been found".

Water turned this street into raging rapids, rising right up through the doorways of buildings.

Kittleman said state and county resources would be made available to those who want to rebuild again. He did not identify him further. Reconstruction efforts are now back to square one, officials said.

When the rain came Sunday, many residents remained in the throes of recovery. Emergency crews performed at least 30 water rescues.

During an evening news conference, Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman said authorities are not aware of any fatalities or missing people.

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