Residents evacuated after two Glendale apartment buildings damaged by flooding

The Red Cross says dozens of people were evacuated after rains and flood waters damaged units at two different apartment buildings in Glendale.

According to a spokesperson for the Red Cross, flood waters damaged an apartment complex near 63rd Avenue and Glendale -- at least eight units were damaged.

At least 25 people and their pets had to be evacuated from that complex and they have been displaced at this time.

A second apartment complex near 67th Avenue and Glendale was also damaged.

Red Cross workers first learned of problems at one apartment complex at 3 a.m., and then got word of problems at the second one at about 4:30 a.m.

The Red Cross says the total number of people evacuated from the two buildings is likely to increase.