People in Llano County are urged to get to higher ground due to a flash flood warning. Gov. Greg Abbott has ordered the Texas State Operations Center to elevate its readiness level to respond to the flooding, making state resources available to help local officials in their response.

PHOTOS: 'Historic' flooding of Llano River impacts Central Texas

KVUE Chief Meteorologist Albert Ramon reports that the Llano River has dropped after cresting at 39.9 feet sometime after 6 a.m.

We're seeing lots of images and videos from the flooding on social media. If you can SAFELY shoot and send video or photos, post to social media with the hashtag #KVUE or email to news@kvue.com

Below are some of the images from social media we've seen. We're going to continue adding below.

And for complete flooding coverage, make sure to stay with KVUE, kvue.com and our mobile news app.

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Image of Horseshoe Bay Home before flooding.Photo Courtesy of Kristyn Chambers
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Image of Horseshoe Bay home after flooding.Photo Courtesy of Kristyn Chambers
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Image of Horseshoe Bay home after flooding.Photo Courtesy of Kristyn Chambers