Flash Flooding Hits Columbus Area

StoryfulWeatherPublished: July 13, 201723 views
Published: July 13, 2017

Heavy rain triggered flash flooding near Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday, July 13. Two to 3.5 inches of rain fell within two hours, which led to the flooding, according to a news report. Several roads were closed and others were covered with water, though passable. A female employee at Ohio State University also was struck by lightning during the storms. This video shows the flooding in Pickerington. Credit: Twitter/Stephen Hertenstein via Storyful

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