SAN JOSE (KGO) -- San Jose firefighters rescued more than 200 of residents by boat in flood waters in the Rock Springs neighborhood Tuesday.
RESOURCES: San Jose flood evacuation centers and information
Sky7 captured an aerial view of residents being rescued from their homes by boat, as well as the destruction left behind from the flooding.
More than 500 homes were affected by the evacuations. Flood victims were gathering at James Lick High School which had been turned into a temporary shelter.
For more videos and pictures from the flood, click here.
VIDEO: Aerial tour of flooding, damage in San Jose
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