People along Delaware River keeping an eye on the water

TRENTON - Most of the flooding from this past weekend's storms has been along the rivers of northern New Jersey, with the Passaic, Pompton and Ramapo rivers affecting their neighboring communities. The Delaware River hasn't caused any damage, but the rushing waters are something that those who live nearby are paying attention to. Clifford Baylor, who lives in The Island section of Trenton told News 12 New Jersey that he's concerned because a lot of people in the area have been flooded out in the past year. The mayor of nearby Lambertville, David DelVecchio, says he's waiting to hear from the National Weather Service before he decides to evacuate residents.

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