Severe flood conditions overwhelm New Jersey neighborhoods

Many New Jersey neighborhoods are experiencing the aftermath of Hurricane Ida within their communities, which is affecting their Thursday commute.

News 12 Staff

Sep 2, 2021, 11:48 AM

Updated 965 days ago

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Many New Jersey neighborhoods are experiencing the aftermath of Hurricane Ida within their communities, which is affecting their Thursday commute.
There is flooding in East Rutherford and Rutherford at businesses and train stations with abandoned cars on the road.
Floodwaters are moving in quickly on Route 4 and Madison Street in Hackensack.. There have been multiple rescues so far.
There is a street completely submerged in Hoboken.
Last night, Chapel Avenue in Jersey City experienced intense flooding. A pickup truck can be seen driving through flooded water around stranded cars.
Cars on Broughton Avenue in Bloomfield and an ambulance are partially submerged in Clifton.
In Manville, there is severe flooding with multiple cars submerged in water.
There is flooding inside Holy Name Hospital in Teaneck. Water is coming down from the ceiling onto the floor.


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