Firefighters Perform Late-Night Rescues On Monday Amid Rising Flood Waters In Perry Hall
PERRY HALL - Unsuspecting drivers were rescued on Monday after rapidly rising flood waters trapped several cars in Perry Hall, according to the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company.
Around 11 p.m. on Monday, crews responded to reports of trapped drivers at the intersection of Snyder Lane and E. Joppa Road in Perry Hall. According to the White Marsh VMC, crews worked through the night to rescue cars immobilized by deep waters.
Additionally, the Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company and Kingsville Volunteer Fire Company attended to other incidents along the 900-block of Joppa Farm Road after several vehicles unsuccessfully tried to navigate through the flooded area.
Parts of Joppa Farm Road were temporarily shut down until the flood water receded.
Thanks to the quick work of our local firefighters, no injuries were reported, and all cars and drivers were taken to safety.
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