Monday, July 18, 2005
Did I mention that it rained a bit this past Sunday? Since the Haupertonian World HQ and Manor sits upon the crest of a hill-like geographical formation, we do not get a lot of sitting water. However, I was not surprised to learn this about yesterdays echo of biblical times:
- Emergency workers rescued several motorists stalled on flooded roads in Lower Moreland last night as thunderstorms moved across the area.
A spokesman for the Huntingdon Valley Fire Company confirmed that its workers had responded to multiple emergency calls but could provide no details.
A storm system with lightning and heavy rain moved across Northwest Philadelphia and southeast Montgomery County, according to Larry Nierenberg a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Mount Holly.