Heavy rain stalls drivers in flood-soaked Passaic County

WAYNE - The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee have flooded roads and highways, swelled waterways and put emergency responders back on alert in Passaic County.Many roadways near rivers in Pompton Lakes are being shut down in some areas due to the heavy rains.

Ryerson Avenue in Wayne, which was among the hardest-hit streets during Hurricane Irene, is seeing its second round of flooding and the people who live there say they've had enough.

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