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Heavy Rains Generate Flash Flooding – Dozens of Motorists Stranded in High Water

Mark E. Brady, Chief SpokesprsonAnother powerful storm with heavy rains and lightening started rolling through the County at around 10:00 pm.  These storms prompted tornado and flash flood warnings from the National Weather Service.   View more videos at: http://nbcwashington.com. At about 11:15 pm numerous streets in Bowie flooded stranding motorists in high water.  Some […]

Flooded Roads Strand Motorists

Prince Georges County Firefighter/Medics and the Departments Technical Rescue Team have responded on numerous incidents this afternoon that involved vehicles becoming stranded in high water on roadways. No injuries have been reported in any of these incidents. Motorists have self evacuated or have been assisted out by firefighters. If motorists approach a flooded roadway – […]

FLASH FLOOD WATCH – Safety Tips and Facts

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MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930 The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch from 8:00 pm tonight until late Tuesday evening.  Citizens and residents need to stay informed about changes in weather patterns, stay ready in the event of flooding and always keep safety first to ensure everyone goes home. […]

FLASH FLOOD WATCH – Safety Tips and Facts

MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930 A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Prince George’s County and most of the National Capital Region through this evening. An approaching cold front brings widespread showers on and off all day on Sunday, with a few strong storms possible. Best chances for rain are in the […]

Flash Flood Watch Issued for Prince George’s County – Safety Tips

MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Chief spokesperson, 240-508-7930, mebrady@co.pg.md.us The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Prince George’s County.  Please read this valuable information and Stay Informed, Stay Ready, Stay Safe by keeping Safety First will ensure everyone goes home. From: The National Weather Service Alert: …FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN […]