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The Raging Chenango River Meets The Calm Susquehanna

Bob Joseph/WNBF News

There was an unusual spectacle at Binghamton’s Confluence Park. Water from the rain-swollen Chenango River dumped into the tranquil Susquehanna River.

Mud and debris from the Chenango mixed with the clear water of the Susquehanna near the park early Friday afternoon.

Flood watches and warnings were posted by the National Weather Service as more heavy rain moved through the Southern Tier.

Flash flooding Thursday night caused major problems in sections of Chenango, Cortland and Tompkins counties.

Bob Joseph/WNBF News

 

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