Recovery continues in Maryland after weekend flooding left behind damage and debris.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has more:

Environmental officials say millions of gallons of sewage have flowed into a river in Ellicott City, Maryland, after a line broke during weekend flooding.

Now, 911 calls have been released that show the panic that rose as the rains came down:

(Woman) "Cars, there are cars flying down the street because of the floor is buckling."

At least two people were killed when more than six inches of rain fell in just a couple of hours. 

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has declared a state of emergency for the area. He toured the damage on Sunday along with congressman Elijah Cummings.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.

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