PATERSON - Getting around in Paterson is still a problem days after heavy rains prompted flooding along the Passaic River.
The Passaic River crested at 11.81 feet at around 9 p.m. Saturday and has been receding ever since. The river is expected to fall below flood stage tomorrow.
Route 20 remains closed in both directions between 20th Avenue and Route 652. Several other key routes are also closed.
All Paterson Public Schools and district offices are closed today due to the flooding.
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