Astonishing Photos, Video of the Northeast Flooding

September 09, 2011; 10:24 AM
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Also, take a look at photos posted Wednesday.

1972 vs. 2011 in Meshoppen, Pennsylvania, from Ida Lively


Flooding in downtown Athens, PA. Residents were evacuated Thursday morning. Athens is located directly between the Susquehanna and Chemung rivers. Photo from Valley Weather


Volunteer rescue workers boat through the flooded streets of Athens, PA. Photo by Leslie Van Allen


House floating down the Conestoga River and smashing into a bridge in Lancaster County, Pa. Shot by MOPOproductions


Flooding along the Susquehanna River in Binghamton, N.Y., taken by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo


Flooding in Binghamton, N.Y., at the Clinton Street Bridge.


Usually just barely a trickle, this waterfall took over this roadway in the Finger Lakes, N.Y., area near Watkins Glen State Park.
Pamela Dickinson
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18-wheeler truck drives through five feet of water in Hershey, Pa., Wednesday, Sept. 7.


Incredible video of flooding in Hershey, PA


"Route 29 by New Jersey State House under water again" Kevin Hogan posted on Facebook.


Flooding in Troy, Pa.
Jessica Austin


"Road collapse on 322" near Hershey, Pa.
Chris Davidson posted on Facebook


Flooded Hersheypark with a view of roller coasters Storm Runner & Trail Blazer. The Storm Runner clearly did not outrun this storm.


Main gates of Hersheypark. "No wonder they closed this weekend"
Heather Rivera posted on Facebook


Hersheypark: A view of Park Ave. from Trinidad Ave.
Facebook photo from Erica Arter


An iconic image for those familiar with this section of Route 322 through Dauphin Narrows, Pa. This small version of the Statue of Liberty usually stands well above the water level on rocks (submerged in this picture). Part of 322 in this area was closed and under water.
From AccuWeather.com's Jesse Ferrel


AccuWeather.com's flood coverage team came across this flooding north of Muncie, Pa., Thursday. Get updates from the team on Twitter by following @breakingweather or searching for #AccuTeamFlood.


"Flooding on the riverfront homes of the Susquehanna River off of Route 11/15. These people were loading furniture into a truck." (from AccuWeather.com's Jesse Ferrel)


"Flooding on the riverfront homes of the Susquehanna River off of Route 11/15. The owner of this house says he's not evacuating even though it may rise more than 5 feet additionally."
AccuWeather.com's Jesse Ferrel)


"Pieces of road in our backyard here in Ambler[, PA] after last night's flood," GoldbergHQ tweeted.


"Rt 301 in Upper Marlboro has flooded," Megan McGrath tweeted from MD.


Two buffalo at Zoo America had to be euthanized when the flash flooding came. The official statement from ZooAmerica said "while we were able to ensure the safety of the vast majority of the animals in the Zoo, flood waters rose too quickly in the area occupied by two of the Zoo's bison and we were not able to rescue them."


Road to nowhere in Progress, Pa.
@MisterTwister55




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