• Flash flooding washes out roads
     | July 04,2013

    HUNTINGTON Flash flooding Wednesday afternoon made a number of roads impassable in Huntington and Hinesburg.

    The Burlington Free Press reported a Vermont State Police dispatcher said the flooding washed out parts of a road in Huntington, stranding a woman and two children who were traveling on the road.

    Parts of Chittenden and Washington counties were under a flash flood warning until Wednesday evening.

    The state activated its emergency operations center in Waterbury to respond to any requests for resources.

    The flooded or washed-out roads included Hayden Hill, Meadow and Texas Hill roads in Hinesburg and Sherman Hollow and Happy Hollow roads and East Street in Huntington.

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