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Flash flooding rips through Binghamton area

BROOME COUNTY (WBNG) — Wednesday afternoon downpours kept emergency crews busy as torrential rains swept through the Southern Tier.

There were several reports all over the area of flooded roads and underpasses. One such location was the railroad underpass at the intersection of Brandywine Avenue and Henry Street. The underpass was closed after several inches of water covered part of the road.

The intersection of CFJ Boulevard and Gannett Drive in Johnson City was closed around 4:30 p.m. due to water flooding the road. Johnson City police responded as a car drove through the flooded water became disabled.

The intersection of Burton Avenue and Mason Avenue, along with the intersection of Clinton and Wilson Streets, had water covering those streets.

Intersection of Burton Avenue and Mason Avenue, Photo Courtesy: Melody C.

There is a Flash Flood Warning in effect for Broome and Susquehanna Counties until 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday.

Click here for the latest weather warnings and advisories.

David Hermanovitch

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