Passaic River continues to cause problems in Little Falls

The Passaic River is continuing to rise and cause problems for people in Little Falls.The lower-lying areas were hit by flooding last March. This time,

LITTLE FALLS - The Passaic River is continuing to rise and cause problems for people in Little Falls.

The lower-lying areas were hit by flooding last March. This time, the roads are still drivable, but residents are keeping a close eye on the river as it begins to fill in yards.

With more rain expected at the end of this week, some say they have set up sandbags and others have already left their homes seeking higher ground.

The Office of Emergency Management handed out information Tuesday to remind residents what to do if the river rises even more.

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