You should know before watching this that everyone came out OK.
This would be a good time to summon one of those Allstate agent demons.
You can clearly see in this video from Sarah and Ernie Perez in Wimberley, TX why floods feature so prominently in the Bible and other early stories. It really does look like someone pissed God off really badly. As you may have heard, Texas suffered major floods over Memorial Day weekend, particularly along the Blanco River, which rose 40 feet amid torrential rains. The Blanco flood is what you can see breaking down the Perez's front door and turning their living room, as Ernie told CNN, "into a gigantic washing machine."
Also, if I'm ever in a crisis, I want to be standing next to Ernie Perez, who says with a very serious voice at about 0:35 "It's ok. It's ok. This is going to help us." That's some serious optimism right there. He remains calm throughout the video, and indeed, even though an electrical fire eventually started, he turned out to be right.
Ernie began tying bedsheets together to make a rope in case they needed to escape, but soon enough, Ernie's brother saw flashing lights belonging to a fire crew searching for an elderly neighbor of theirs, and "My brother whistles and gets their attention." Ernie, Sarah, their two little girls, Ernie's brother and Sarah's brother were all rescued. Calm, collected, and good whistlers. Those Perez boys sound like good guys in a pinch.