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Wyoming Valley and Susquehanna River Flooding Thursday
Date: 9/8/2011 Album ID: 1317885
Photos by Kristen Mullen
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Garage under water on Coxton Road, Duryea, along with the Lower Lackawanna Sanitary Authority (background) early Thursday evening. (7:15)
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Warren Ruda / The Citizens' Voice
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The Lackawanna River in Duryea flows along Swetland St Thursday evening. (6:30)
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Water from the Lackawanna River rises betwen homes on River St., Duryea. (6:30)
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Warren Ruda / Thye Citizens' Voice
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The Lackawanna River flows onto River St. in Duryea early Thursday evening. (6:30)
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Emergency crews line Stephenson St., Duryea Thursday evening. At this point Holy Rosary Church and School basement were being pumped out.
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Warren Ruda / The Citizens' Voice
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A Luzerne County EMA official inspects the bottom of the flood gates on the Market Street Bridge after water started to run under the bottom at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' Voice
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Empty West Market Street at 5 p.m. Thursday.
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An empty Public Square at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Mark Moran
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Water runs across the base of the Veterans Memorial Bridge on the Wilkes-Barre side at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' Voice
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Ted Gladfelter (right) helps is son Nicholas evacuate from Holy Cross Hall at King's College Thursday.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' VOice
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Madyson Davies (left) and Isabelle Davies (right) comfort their dogs Sadie, Lotta and Nala as they evacuate their home in South Wilkes-Barre Thursday.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' VOice
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Josh Lear loads up a pickup truck at 112 Carlisle Street in South Wilkes-Barre with April Lear Krawchak (center), Isabelle Dewey (right) and John Shvey (top) looking on Thursday afternoon.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' VOice
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Susquehanna River looking toward the bend at Riverside Drive.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' Voice
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WB Mayor Tom Leighton press conference calling for ther evacuation of WB.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' Voice
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Susquehanna River from the fifth floor of the Guard Insurance Building.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' VOice
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Susquehanna River from the fifth floor of the Guard Insurance Building.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' Voice
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Susquehanna River at 8 a.m. from the Veterans Memorial Bridge.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' Voice
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Geoffery Hodle loads up a stove as he evacuates from 224 New Mallery Place in South Wilkes-Barre.
Mark Moran / The Citizens' VOice
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