ATLANTA, GEORGIA – NOVEMBER 11: A general view of An Evening with Cyntoia Brown at Clark Atlanta University on November 11, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

On Thursday, the campus of Clark Atlanta University experienced severe flooding after torrential rain impacted several areas of downtown Atlanta.

The storm flooded several roads alongside the Atlanta University Center (AUC), leaving multiple vehicles submerged underwater. Videos on social media showed flooding some dorms as well.

Many students have been relocated into temporary housing in response to the flooding.

One video posted to social media shows water rushing down the hallway of dorms at Clark Atlanta as students try to push through a door with water rushing in through it. In the video, a student’s leg appeared to be stuck in a door.

Morgan Lee, a Clark Atlanta student who witnessed the incident, told AJC, that the student suffered injuries after her leg became trapped in a doorway due to the heavy water pressure. “After more people came to help she was free, but her leg received a lot of damage, like bleeding and fractures,” she said.

The AJC reports that the school has received numerous donations from campus organizations at Morehouse College, Spelman College, and Fort Valley State University to help support the students who have been relocated after the flooding. The donations include money, toiletries, food, clothing and more.

”One organization raised over $400 in like an hour, so we have too much stuff,” said Clark Atlanta senior Anthony Mitchell. “It was amazing to see how fast the AUC and HBCU world came together.”

According to Fox 5 Storm Team, more than two inches of rain fell in a little less than an hour. The news source estimated that it was about three hours’ worth of rain dumped on the city in just a matter of minutes. 

Clark Atlanta said in a statement that remediation companies are on campus removing water and making repairs.