Heavy Storms and Flooding Hit Northeastern Baltimore County

If you were in the Parkville, Carney, White Marsh, Perry Hall and Kingsville areas on Thursday, July 11. you know how extensive the storm damage was to the area. Here is some photos and reports from emergency units in the area.

The White Marsh Fire Company reported
a vehicle reported in flood water on Pulaski Hwy near Jones Road. They responded to a pickup truck on its side in the water. They reported the driver got out of the truck when they arrived. -Photo courtesy of Bryan Meinschein-

The White Marsh Fire Company also responded to multiple cars stranded in flooded water by Ikea on Honeygo Blvd. -Photo courtesy of Madison Gugliotta –

Councilman David Marks shared a photo from the Parkville Police precinct that showed flooding at the intersection Cub Hill/Cromwell Bridge roads

After the storm, there were many traffic lights out throughout the northeast. Here is a police office directing traffic at the intersection of Harford and Joppa roads -Photo courtesy of Baltimore County Police Department-

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