Torrential rains cause havoc in Lebanon County

Rain began falling in Lebanon County about 4:30 p.m. and was accompanied by thunder and lightning. The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for much of the county at 5:22 p.m. and estimated that rain was falling at a rate of 2 inches per hour in some locations.

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  1. Rain started shortly after 4:30 p.m. Monday and a flash flood watch was issued by the National Weather Service nearly an hour later as rain fell quickly in the Lebanon Valley.
  2. 7th & Willow streets in Lebanon 7.22.13 Submitted by Genn Tuisl
  3. 7th and Willow streets in Lebanon 7.22.13 Submitted by Genn Tuisl
  4. Seventh & Willow St in Lebanon by Genn Tuisl 7.22.13
  5. 2-300 block of S Spruce St in Annville 7.22.13 Submitted by Heather Zimmerman-Miller
  6. 2-300 block South Spruce Street in Annville. 7.22.13 Submitted by Heather Zimmerman-Miller
  7. This is Spruce Street in Cleona over the Quittapahilla creek at 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 23, 13. SUBMITTED by Wolgemuth Photography
  8. Tiverton Court in North Cornwall on 7.23.13 Submitted by Patricia Rose McAteer
  9. Emergency crews are busy tonight as evident by the many calls for water rescues, accidents, road closures and residential flooding problems. 
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