San Antonio continued to recover Monday from torrential rains that flooded roadways and was blamed for three deaths over the weekend.
Flowers now mark the spot where 30-year old Lisuli Aguirre was swept into floodwaters near Rhapsody and Warfield. Heartfelt words were scribbled on the drainage culvert nearby, saying "Love you princess" and "Thanks for making my brother the man he is, Jeremy."
Police said Aguirre apparently tried to get out of her car in high water and was swept into a drainage culvert.
A rescue team recovered her body about a mile downstream from her car off of Nakoma Street.

Later on Saturday, firefighters recovered the body of an 81-year old driver near Highway 90 and Leon Creek.
San Antonio Fire Department Battalion Chief Armando Perez said Saturday that Berta Muniz apparently drove over a low-water crossing when her car was swept away.
"When our rescuers arrived, as they approached the car, the car actually rolled into the water," Perez said.
Muniz was found dead later inside the car.

On Sunday, the body of 18-year old Avron Adams was found in Cibolo Creek in Schertz after he had disappeared Saturday night.
Divers spent the day along the creek when a search dog finally led searchers to Adams' body.
Istvan Domonkos said Adams was apparently trying to swim across the swollen creek when he was swept away.
"My other friends crossed, but Avron was trying to swim toward me and I tried to grab him, but I couldn't reach him," Domonkos said.
Flags in Schertz flew at half-staff on Memorial Day, but perhaps there were some thoughts of Avron Adams as well.

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