Flooding, downed trees reported after storms rip through Philadelphia area

A downed tree on Limekiln Pike and Clubhouse Lane where flash flooding hit
Photo credit Shara Dae Howard/KYW Newsradio
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Flooding and water rescues were reported Monday as storms ripped through the Philadelphia region Monday afternoon, leaving plenty of debris behind. 
“Just came down, pushing downhill so fast,” he said.

Bulldozers are removing Storm damage, down trees and what’s left behind after flash flooding along Limekiln Pike & Clubhouse Lane in Wyncote.@KYWNewsradio pic.twitter.com/Bx1Eh9YZcT

— Shara Dae Howard (@SharaDae) July 6, 2020

Downed trees covering the road were so large that bulldozers had to remove them before the road could reopen.

And in Mount Airy, several drivers along Upsal Street and Belfield Avenue found themselves suddenly stuck in about 2 feet of water and fearing for their lives after a flash flood took them by surprise.