Drivers abandon cars in Middlesex Co. flooding

The severe weather and flooding from Sunday caused some drivers to abandon their cars in Middlesex County.On Union Hill Road, one woman in a mini-van

MONROE - The severe weather and flooding from Sunday caused some drivers to abandon their cars in Middlesex County.

On Union Hill Road, one woman in a mini-van thought she could make it through the flooded roads, but got stuck. Towing companies expect to be out today rescuing the abandoned cars.

One resident, who says her backyard always floods, says this is the worst flooding she's seen in 10 years.

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