Flash Flood Rips Through Nebraska Hospital, Caught On Surveillance Camera

08/13/2014 05:07 am ET | Updated Aug 13, 2014

Flash flooding over the weekend stranded cars and caused damage in Kearney, Neb., and some of the worst of it was caught on a hospital surveillance camera.

The clip posted to Facebook by Good Samaritan Hospital at first shows calm, standing water on the hospital's ground floor. People are gathered on a landing in a stairway, looking down on it.

Then, massive amounts of water crash through the glass doors. There were no injuries.

NTV reports that the flood swept through the hospital's dining room and kitchen as well as other parts of the lower level.

Despite the damage, hot food service has resumed and surgeries are back on schedule, according to the World-Herald News Service.

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