CLEVELAND — Heavy rainfall caused several streets across Northeast Ohio to flood, prompting road closures for residents on Monday.
On West 150th Street, just south of Industrial Parkway, several cars were seen traveling through high water.
Just found a car that was struggling through a flooded underpass.— Kevin Barry (@KevinBarryTV) September 7, 2020
Don’t chance it. The rain isn’t messing around. Find another route. #WEWS pic.twitter.com/MJNCAQPJnu
Pepper Pike Police Department issued a high water warning to residents. Police are warning drivers to use caution if traveling on South Woodland Road between Brainard and Old Brainard roads due to high water.
HIGH WATER 🚧— Pepper Pike Police (@pepperpikepd) September 7, 2020
South Woodland in between Brainard and Old Brainard. Use caution ⚠️⚠️ pic.twitter.com/Tn3NsWPC4X
In Brunswick, police are advising motorists that Laurel Road, just east of Pearl Road, is closed due to flooding.
Laurel Rd east of Pearl Rd. closed due to flooding.— Brunswick Police (@BrunswickPolice) September 7, 2020
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