Thursday, September 08, 2011

100,000 People Forced To Evacuate In Pennsylvania Flooding

Pennsylvania Flooding

Relentless rain triggered catastrophic flooding in the East on Thursday, killing at least two people in Pennsylvania and forcing the mandatory evacuation of 100,000 people in Pennsylvania.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee swamped homes and businesses from Maryland to New England, with as much as a foot of rain recorded outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, which declared a state of emergency.
Ready to blow: The Susquehanna River, which was expected to crest early Thursday evening, caused the evacuation of 100,000 people in Pennsylvania.

Worst Flooding since Agnes on Susquehanna in Pennsylvania

Over a foot of rain has fallen in some areas, and the rain is still falling. It is possible flood levels will eclipse those of 1972


Meanwhile, Gaining strength: Tropical Storm Maria, the 13th named storm of the 2011 hurricane season, is racing westward across the tropical Atlantic
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