GRAFTON COUNTY, N.H. — Emergency crews responded to serious flooding in Grafton County on Thursday night. A flash flood warning was issued for Grafton County. The state Emergency Operations Center has been activated. Flooding was reported in Hebron, Groton, Rumney, Canaan and Plymouth. A dispatcher for the Lakes Region Fire Mutual Aid Association confirmed to News 9 that people are trapped inside a home on Sculptured Rocks Road in Hebron due to the flooding. Several inches of rain have fallen in the area and washed out the road, officials said. A water rescue team has been called to the flooded home on Sculptured Rocks Road. Hay bales weighing 1,000 pounds each were seen floating down the road. Lakes Region Mutual Aid Chief Jon Goldman said initial calls reported the home was floating away, but that turned out to not be the case. "It was filling with water, and they’re currently in the home at this time," Goldman said, adding that his crews also responded to multiple instances of cars that went off the road. […]