Flood outbreaks hit cities through central and northeastern Pennsylvania on August 13, turning the roads into rivers and damaging structural damage.
This, sharing with Emily Cunningham Facebook, features a camper van floating through the Fish Creek in the District of Columbia. The water level in the creek rose dangerously, causing a mandatory evacuation when the police drove through Bloomsburg to get people to leave their homes.
Heavy rains caused chaos through Pennsylvania, shutting down the busy interstate and flooding houses. The police reported numerous rescues of people caught in the trap of cars due to flooding.
Authorities said the last showers followed weeks of stagnant weather, which draws moisture from the Atlantic Ocean, repeatedly striking at some communities.
Source: Live Leak