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Flooding reported in Somerset County
Updated: Wednesday, August 28 2013, 08:06 AM EDT
by WJAC Web Staff
BOSWELL, Pa. -- Heavy rainfall early Wednesday morning caused widespread flooding in Boswell and Jenner Township, Somerset County.
Front Street, Bittner Road, and Penn Avenue were the hardest hit in the area, 911 dispatchers said.
Several people reported flooding in their basements, upwards of 3 inches high.
The superintendent of the North Star school district said flooded roads forced him to cancel classes for the day.
A Flash Flood Warning remains in effect until 9:45 a.m. Wednesday.
A 6 News crew is in the area gathering the latest information. Stick with 6 News and wjactv.com for updates.