A 5th wheel that was swept away during some flooding in PA.

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hflors

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https://www.facebook.com/emily.cunningham.79/videos/2094016617339109/?t=17

This video is of a 5th wheel that was swept away during some flooding near my sister's house in PA.  Thank the good lord no one was in it.
 

ArdraF

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I saw some of those floods on TV and wondered where they were.  They mentioned a town I didn't recognize.  Can you tell me about where they are in relation to some big cities?  Pennsylvania (my original home state) is notorious for these little towns in canyons flooding.

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hflors

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ArdraF said:
I saw some of those floods on TV and wondered where they were.  They mentioned a town I didn't recognize.  Can you tell me about where they are in relation to some big cities?  Pennsylvania (my original home state) is notorious for these little towns in canyons flooding.

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My family (the people who shared this video) live around Berwick PA and the caption is  that this is "the bridge on back branch Road"  I hope this helps.
 

ArdraF

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Where is Berwick?  Never heard of it.  I thought maybe central Pa.

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At least the AC unit didn't hit the bridge :)
 

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ArdraF said:
Where is Berwick?  Never heard of it.  I thought maybe central Pa.

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i grew up in Williamsport. Berwick is about an hour (60 miles) east of Williamsport going across I 80.  I'll be in Berwick this fall visiting my sister who lives there. I don't go back there in the summer or winter...just spring and fall.
 

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I live in the area. That bridge is just north of Bloomsburg. Just up the road is a seasonal campground that is right along Fishing Creek. That's the second flood in about a month. The owner of the campground pulls all the trailers and stores them around the area when the water starts to rise.
I got about 10 inches of rain in the storm with about 4.5 in the first 2 hours on Monday. Lots of roads still closed and damaged.
 
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