PHOTOS: Flash Floods, Mudslides

The wettest August in Philadelphia history, hurricane, a tropical storm and heavy rain caught up to the area as roads are flooded all over.

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September 9, 2011: Pictures of Tropical Storm Lee Flooding at my house - Riverside Drive Reading, Pa. Corner of Cross Keys Rd and Rt 61. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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Pictures of Tropical Storm Lee Flooding in Reading, Pa. Corner of Cross Keys Rd and Rt 61. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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Flooding in Reading, Pa. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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Flooding in Reading, Pa. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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Pictures of Tropical Storm Lee Flooding at my house - 25B Riverside Drive Reading, PA. Corner of Cross Keys Rd and Rt 61. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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Flooding in Reading, Pa. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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Pictures of Tropical Storm Lee Flooding at my house in Reading, Pa. at the corner of Cross Keys Rd and Rt 61. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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Reading, Pa. Before Picture at 6 am on 9/8 Pictures when I got home at 4 pm on 9/8 Entrance to my road House is on the right Dad and his Canoe Riverside Drive About 3-4ft deep here My front yard...road goes to the edge of the trees in the background. Neighbor house There are houses to the left and the right Mark enjoyi...
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AP
The Trenton area's major north-south highway, Route 29, is flooded Thursday in Trenton, New Jersey as the Delaware River continued to rise.
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Laura Ader
Flooding happened suddenly in the area of Route 29 in Ewing, N.J.
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Laura Ader
More flooding in Ewing Thursday.
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AP
A rescue crew works through a neighborhood of flooded streets in the Island section of Trenton, New Jersey as the Delaware River continued to rise.
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SEPTA
Flood waters caused this track damage in the vicinity of SEPTA's Jenkintown Regional Rail station.
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AP
People snap photos as a floodgate holds back the swollen Susquehanna River in Kingston, Pennsylvania. The Flood Emergency went to Level 1 on Thursday afternoon as more than 100,000 people living near flood-swollen waterways were being evacuated. Click to see dramatic photos of the flooding.
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AP
A rescue crew works through a neighborhood of flooded streets Thursday in Trenton, New Jersey as the Delaware River continued to rise. Remnants from tropical Storm Lee continue to produce heavy rain that could force flood-weary New Jerseyans to head for higher ground.
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AP
A floodgate holds back the swollen Susquehanna River in Kingston, Pennsylvania. Widespread flooding brought on by the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee was being blamed for at least two deaths in Pennsylvania.
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AP
The floodwater of Spring Creek at Hershey, Pennsylvania are rising, coming dangerously close to the roller coasters in Hershey Park Thursday.
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AP
Jorge Garcia bails rainwater from his row boat in preparation for the expected cresting of the Passaic River following an overnight storm.
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AP
Waterlogged furniture sits along Riverside Drive in Wayne, New Jersey where the Passaic River has overflowed its banks and reached the community for the fourth time in six months.
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AP
A house sits surrounded by oil-fouled water in the Island section of Trenton, New Jersey.
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AP
People view the swollen Susquehanna River in Kingston, PA. Widespread flooding brought on by the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee was being blamed for at least two deaths in Pennsylvania.
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AP
People snap photos as a floodgate holds back the swollen Susquehanna River in Kingston, Pennsylvania.
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AP
The swollen Susquehanna River rises against Market Street Bridge in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
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AP
An abandoned vehicle is stranded less than a mile away from the Penn State Milton Hershey Medical Center in Hershey Pennsylvania.
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Andrew Deiter
Sept. 8, 2011: Yardley, Pa. in my backyard. Some homes have five feet of water in them, at least.
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Gail DuPont
The Schuylkill River overflowing its banks at The Lofts/Riverview Landing Apartment Complex in West Norriton, Pa. on Thursday afternoon at 4:30 p.m.
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Michelle Geisinger
This is the Schuylkill River in West Hamburg, Berks County, Pa.
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Rick Mayberry
Whitemarsh, Pa. My car was one of the cars washed away and referenced in this article. It's a total loss. It was at the dealer for maintenance. Thank god for insurance!
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AP
A person turns back from crossing flood waters, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011, in the Manayunk neighborhood of Philadelphia. Widespread flooding brought on by the remnants of Tropical Storm Lee was being blamed for two deaths in Pennsylvania, where inundated communities were evacuated and state offices closed down on Thursday because of the rising waters.
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The Weather Channel
September 8, 2011: Near Williamsport, Pa.
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Ted Ongirski
Sept. 8, 2011: The Schuylkill River spilled out onto Kelly Drive.
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Ted Ongirski
Schuylkill River
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Ted Ongirski
Boat House Row
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Ted Ongirski
Boat House Row
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Ted Ongirski
Boat House Row
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Ted Ongirski
Sept. 8, 2011: Schuylkill River near the Art Museum.
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More flooding along Kelly Drive.
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This is a pic of the flood today (@ 1:30 pm) on E. College Ave in Yardley, Pa.
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Pictures of washed-out areas under the tracks just North and South of the Jenkintown-Wyncote SEPTA station.
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Kerry Majewski
Rt. 32 (River Rd) along Washington Crossing Park, Pa.
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Steve Levine
Almshouse Road is under water.
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Susan
Sept. 8, 2011: Ambler, Pa. -- A shed washed onto a bridge and perfectly parked itself.
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Kerry Majewski
Beaver standing on side of Rt. 32 (River Rd) along Washington Crossing Park, Pa
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Jim Bergevin Jr
River Road in Morrisville, Pa.
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Jim Bergevin Jr
No home games in Williamson Park tonight - Morrisville, Pa.
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Dean Jones
West Mill Road in Hatboro,Pa.
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Annie Van Doran
Huntington Pike and Welsh Road
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Rhon Sobblessed
Darby/Colwyn area
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NBC10 viewer
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ASSOCIATED PRESS
Firefighters rescue three people from their mini-van after it became stranded in high water in western Lancaster county, Pa. . on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011. Flash flooding shut down dozens of Pennsylvania highways Wednesday and forced the evacuation of some riverfront trailer parks and campgrounds, while state officials braced for potentially worse problems along the swollen Susquehanna River. (AP Photo/Intelligencer Journal, Blaine Shahan)
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NBC Philadelphia/JR Smith
Sept. 8, 2011: Manayunk neighborhood in Philly. The Triumph motorcycle shop flooded.
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ASSOCIATED PRESS
David Clouser wades neck-deep to retrieve his boat in the swollen Conodoguinet Creek along Prowell Drive, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011 in Hampden Township, Pa. The rainy aftermath of Tropical Storm Lee set off flash flooding across a wide swath of Pennsylvania on Wednesday, snarling traffic amid closed-off roads and forcing evacuation of some low-lying areas. State officials braced for potentially worse problems along the swelling Susquehanna River and several creeks and streams. (AP Photo/The Patriot-News, Joe Hermitt)
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Amber Brown
September 8, 2011: This is Kerr Park in Downingtown, Pa. at 9 p.m. last night. The Brandywine had risen more than when Irene hit.
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Steve Weber
A high water rescue on East Maple Avenue about an hour ago.
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Samantha Slivka
This is the end of my street (MicaHill Road) in Levittown Pa., looking up the street toward my house. This entire end of the street is flooded, as is the ENTIRE side of this section. My normally 2 exits neighborhood, is down to one way in, one way out and everyone has to go up their streets and go the same way.
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Sept. 8, 2011: Schuylkill River @ 1st Ave in Royersford, Pa.
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NBC Philadelphia/Dave Palmer
Bells Mills Road at Forbidden Road.
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NBC Philadelphia/JR Smith
Manayunk Sept. 8, 2011
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NBC Philadelphia/JR Smith
Water pours out of a flooded building on Main Street in Manayunk Sept. 8, 2011
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NBC Philadelphia/Tim Furlong
The river rises in Manayunk Sept. 8, 2011
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Alex Kandler
Pottstown's Memorial Park was flooded by the Manatawny Creek during Thursday's flooding. The concrete bridge is the King Street Bridge that crosses the creek.
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September 8, 2011: A police car was submerged in water on I-76 at Girard Avenue during morning floods.
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NBC Philadelphia/Tim Furlong
From NBC Philadelphia reporter Tim Furlong: "Uh oh...tech problems. @newsshooterjr freaking out but keeping his cool. Floodwater not good for TV gear."
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Heather Hurley
In Oley, Covered Bridge Road
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Vivi Dugas
The rain is not our only problem!!! This is South Chestnut street in Ambler, PA. Water is coming down from the old asbestos factory!!
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Shannon Hale
Little Neshaminy in Warrington, Bucks County
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Samantha Slivka
"Levittown, PA...Mill Creek Falls Section...the creek is so far above it's banks that the whole one half of our drive is TOTALLY flooded...under 3 feet of water flooded!!"
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Sean Patrick Dougherty
Welsh Road closed on Huntington Pike, going towards Philadelphia
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Shanna Morello
Allentown, Pa. Sept. 8, 2011
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Rich
Oxford Valley Public Golf Course in Fairless Hills, Pa. Photo taken at 8 a.m. on Sept. 8, 2011.
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Reese Levine
Route 73 and Bethlehem Pike
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Reese Levine
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Fort Washington, Pa.
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Dawn
Here is the flooding which caused Wooster School to close.
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Alice Baggett
-----Original Message----- From: Alice Baggett Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2011 11:07 PM To: alicebaggett@verizon.net Sent from my Verizon Wireless Phone
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Jill B
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Skip Brockner
Miller Quarry in Wrightstown, Pa. at 5 a.m., massive flooding coming out their front gate about a foot deep.
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Keith Kiser
Lambertville Station looking towards New Hope
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Heather Hurley
Oley, Pa. near the covered bridge
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Heather Hurley
The covered bridge in Oley, Pa.
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Laura Rowlands
Robesonia, Pa. around 10 a.m. Thursday morning.
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SueAnn Williams
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Jeff Jackson
The Schuylkill at Chestnut
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ASSOCIATED PRESS
Six people are stranded on the back of a pickup truck awaiting rescue as flood waters rise around them, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011 in Mount Joy, Pa. The rainy aftermath of Tropical Storm Lee set off flash flooding across a wide swath of Pennsylvania on Wednesday, snarling traffic amid closed-off roads and forcing evacuation of some low-lying areas. State officials braced for potentially worse problems along the swelling Susquehanna River and several creeks and streams. (AP Photo/Intelligencer Journal, Blaine Shahan)
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Meredith
House on Sussex Road in Wynnewood,PA with 10 inches of rain on the side yard.
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This is a picture of the bike path in Pennypack Park in NE Philadelphia. It is completely under water.
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Bryant
This is a picture from employees stuck in the hotel.
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Annie Van Doran
Huntington Pike and Welsh Road
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