‘Roads have turned into rivers’ as flash floods hit New York

Water flooded a road in Nyack, New York, on May 28 after a flash flood warning was issued for several areas in the south of the state. Footage recorded by Rebecca Franz shows water rushing down a drain. Franz wrote that “the alleys, backyards and roads” had been “turned into rivers” in the city. New York’s National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Nyack and surrounding areas on May 28, advising people to seek higher ground. Credit: Rebecca Franz via Storyful

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