GLEN ROCK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — There were multiple tornado warnings in the Tri-State Area throughout the afternoon and evening Thursday, and heavy rains and flooding also caused issues across the region.
A possible tornado touched down in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
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Several businesses in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, near Trenton, New Jersey, were damaged, including a car dealership that looked nearly flattened in some areas.
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The wild weather also caused damage in our area.
In Bergen County, a large tree was uprooted and crashed into a home in Glen Rock. The roof and the side of the house were damaged. It’s unknown if anyone was injured.
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Elsewhere in New Jersey, roads turned into raging rivers. Video from Park Avenue in West Caldwell shows floodwaters racing down the street, leaving a car and shed partially submerged.
Car stuck in flood water in Nutley, NJ. The creek in nearby Kingsland Park overflowed tonight with all the rain and flooded several streets @CBSNewYork pic.twitter.com/usKe3kB5AA
— Jessica Layton (@JLaytonTV) July 30, 2021
Flooding was also a problem nearby in Nutley. A car was stuck in the middle of the road, deep in the water.
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Video from Twitter shows heavy floodwaters moving through moments after the storm hit.