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What A Hurricane’s Liquid Fury Looks Like From Above

What Hurricane Sandy's Liquid Fury Looks Like

SANATOGA CREEKS RUSHES TOWARD THE SCHUYLKILL – Fast-moving, rain-swollen Sanatoga Creek was seen keeping largely within its banks Monday evening (Oct. 29, 2012) shortly after 6 p.m., in this view looking south from the bridge at North Sanatoga and Snell Roads in Lower Pottsgrove Township. Although there was minor flooding from Hurricane Sandy at a few township locations, overall road conditions were not nearly as bad as those of other storms. Fire Marshal Lew Babel said that was likely because Monday’s rain, although heavy at times, did not fall consistently and so created less run-off.

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