Storm causes severe flooding, downed trees across Delaware Valley

EMBED </>More News Videos

A tree snapped and fell right onto a parked SUV in South Philadelphia. (WPVI)

A storm that swept through the Delaware Valley this weekend caused downed trees and severe flooding.

A tree snapped and fell right onto a parked SUV in South Philadelphia.

It happened on the 1000 block of South Street early Sunday morning.



No one was inside the SUV at the time.

Police had to block off part of a road in Strawberry Mansion after a tree and wires came tumbling down.

EMBED </>More News Videos

The tree blocked travel on the northbound side of the Strawberry Mansion Bridge on the MLK Drive side. The bridge has since reopened to traffic.


It happened on the 2300 block of Strawberry Mansion Drive.

The tree blocked travel on the northbound side of the Strawberry Mansion Bridge on the MLK Drive side. The bridge has since reopened to traffic.

EMBED </>More News Videos

Parts of the Delaware Valley dealt with severe flooding on Saturday.



A State of Emergency was issued in West Windsor Township, New Jersey, Saturday due to flooding in the area.

It was lifted about an hour later.


In Princeton, viewer video captured water rushing from a community on Canal Pointe Boulevard.

And there were many reports of cars getting stranded after trying to drive through high water.

EMBED </>More News Videos

In Princeton, viewer video captured water rushing from a community on Canal Pointe Boulevard.

Related Topics:
weathernew jersey newsstate of emergencyfloodingflash flooding
(Copyright ©2016 WPVI-TV. All Rights Reserved.)

Load Comments