Our weather may be getting stronger, but that doesn't mean we're getting weaker.
Over the weekend, Maryland was hit by a historically epic flood. Ellicott City saw over six inches of rain in under two hours.
The flash floods tore into buildings and turned the city's streets into rivers, putting anyone stuck in a car in a dire situation.
Jamie Knight was one such driver, who was pulled from her car by a few brave locals acting quickly to form a human chain.
Jason Barnes, a local toy store owner, had just lost all his merchandise in the flood when he decided to risk his own life for a complete stranger. Barnes' stepfather, Chris Penning, told WBAL-TV that owning a toy store had been his stepson's dream 10 years in the making, second only to writing comics about superheroes.