1of2Brandon Tanner helps move damaged furniture from a friend’s home in the Elm Grove Village subdivision, Friday, May 10, 2019, in Kingwood. Flash flooding caused several home in the neighborhood to take in water.Photo: Jason Fochtman, Houston Chronicle / Staff photographer The early reports of a tropical system building in the Gulf of Mexico this week was all it took. Those memories were especially fresh in Kingwood this week, where heavy rains in May flooded about 400 homes in the Elm Grove subdivision. When the stormwater covered the roads, then-fourth grader Teagan Ludy could barely contain her anxiety. She twisted uncomfortably in the front seat of the family’s GMC Denali, her mother said, occasionally screaming when the car chugged through deeper water. “Mom, you don’t know what you’re doing,” her mother, Jessica Ludy, remembered her yelling. “We’re going to get stuck!” Teagan has carried the emotional scars of losing her home and nearly all her possessions since the first grade, when the 2016 Tax Day flood filled the Ludy’s Conroe home with about two […]