The entire city of Beaumont, Texas, has lost access to clean water

Beaumont, Texas, has lost access to its clean water supply because of rising flood waters from tropical storm Harvey, the city’s police department confirmed early Thursday.

In a statement, the Beaumont Police Department said it lost power at its main pump station along the Neches River and from its secondary source of well water in an adjacent county.

This city of nearly 120,000 residents sits near the Texas Gulf Coast about 30 miles west of the the Louisiana border. Harvey dumped 29 inches of rain in the Beaumont-Port Arthur area Tuesday, making it among the areas hardest hit by the storm.