A reporter in Texas, takes a moment out from delivering the news to give a little help to a struggling armadillo.

Reporter Jessica Holloway was covering flooding in the Houston area, when she spotted the little critter who was trying hard to escape the rising water.

Holloway came to the rescue using her umbrella to guide the armadillo toward safety.

It became a team rescue as other people alongside the road helped get the animal to safer and higher ground.  (Source)

A flash flood warning in effect for the Houston area was lifted at noon, except for South Mayde Creek. A flood watch remains in effect until 7 p.m. Friday.

The flood warning had applied to the northwestern parts of Harris and Fort Bend counties and the southern portion of Waller County, according to the National Weather Service.

Some areas that could experience flooding include Bellaire, West University Place, Katy, Jersey Village, Sealy, Brookshire, Hunters Creek Village, Piney Point Village, Midtown Houston, Fourth and Greater Third wards, Montrose, Spring Branch north and west, Greenway, Upper Kirby, Afton Oaks, River Oaks and University Place, the weather service reported.


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