A dire situation is developing this morning in Port Arthur, Texas, after more rain left shelters flooded overnight. 

The area east of Houston was hit by Hurricane Harvey Friday, but the tropical storm made landfall overnight again, dropping two more feet of rain on the area. 


Bush Visits SMU Football Practice, Offers Supportive Words for Houston

Mike Rowe Responds to Critic Who Accused Him of Tacitly Supporting White Nationalists


People have taken to social media to post their location to be rescued. 

The mayor said the town is underwater and all of the influx of 911 calls cannot all be handled. He referred to it as "survival mode."

The city posted on Twitter a call for people with boats to assist in rescues. 

The Motiva Refinery in Port Arthur, which is the largest in the nation, started a controlled shutdown this morning due to flooding.


Tucker Blasts Melania Critics: 'Hillary Taught Us When You Criticize 1 Woman, You Attack All'

FBN's Flock Witnesses Boat Rescue of Family From Suddenly Submerged Block

Hannity: Trump 'Can Do Nothing Right in the Eyes of the Media'