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Area hit with flash flooding

Accidents, missing person reported

A Central Bridge firefighter helps deploy a hazmat boom in a creek to collect diesel fuel spilled after a tractor-trailer rolled over on Interstate 88 near Exit 23 in Central Bridge during a rainstorm on Friday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A Central Bridge firefighter helps deploy a hazmat boom in a creek to collect diesel fuel spilled after a tractor-trailer rolled over on Interstate 88 near Exit 23 in Central Bridge during a rainstorm on Friday.
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After days of steady rainfall, the Capital Region was hit with flash floods Friday that caused Montgomery County to declare a state of emergency, a woman to possibly go missing in a Saratoga County stream and two tractor-trailers to tip over in Schoharie County, spilling fuel into a nearby stream. Late Friday night, a Saratoga County dispatcher confirmed that local agencies were gathering to search for a woman they believe got swept away in a ...


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