Flood waters continue to cause problems in New Jersey

Flood waters continue to cause problems in New Jersey
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 - 9:29am

Flood waters from Hurricane Irene are still creating a problem for residents in the northeast. Water entering Great Falls National Park in Paterson, New Jersey, is rushing faster than usual.

The Passaic River overflowed its banks flooding several towns in northern New Jersey. One of the biggest problems right now are flooded streets causing major traffic tie ups as people start returning to work.



 

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