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A hospital in Kearney, Nebraska released terrifying security camera footage of a flash flood bursting through the doors of the hospital's cafeteria, gushing into the room with the fury you'd expect to see in a Hollywood movie.

The flooding occurred just a few minutes before midnight last Friday at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney, Nebraska. The hospital posted the video to their Facebook page with the following caption:

While our recovery efforts from the flash flooding early Saturday morning continue on a nearly round-the-clock basis, our services for patients have all been been restored. We're overwhelmingly grateful to each person and entity who has assisted us in this effort.

It's hard to put into words exactly what Saturday's conditions were like and just how seriously our facility was impacted. And to say that we're emotional about the whole situation is a bit of an understatement. This security camera footage is just a glimpse into the series of events that unfolded Saturday. Again, we're so relieved that no patients, staff or physicians were injured in this incident.

The town got almost four inches of rain in a brief period of time on Friday night and Saturday morning, "overwhelming the city's sewer system," according to KETV.

The footage is the latest in a string of incredible weather events caught on camera by surveillance systems this year.

[Video via Good Samaritan Hospital's Facebook page | h/t Brad Panovich]