High tide threatens Sea Bright homes

Residents in Tuckerton say water is finally receding after storms hit the area this weekend.

Residents in Tuckerton say water is finally receding after storms hit the area this weekend. (10/4/15)

SEA BRIGHT - Hide tide and continued flooding are creating concern in Sea Bright.

Emergency management officials in Sea Bright are closely watching the Shrewsbury River as houses along the waterfront are at risk for flooding.

One home's dirt foundation is in jeopardy of being compromised because of the erosion it has already endured.

While flooding is not unusual to Sea Bright, this weekend's coastal storm and higher tides than normal are believed to have worsened the flooding problems.

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