Parts of Hudson Valley cleaning up after Tuesday’s storm
Hudson Valley residents are cleaning up after strong wind and heavy rain ripped through the region. YNN's Venise Toussaint joined us from Livingston Manor with the latest.
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HUDSON VALLEY, N.Y. -- Strong winds and heavy rain ripped through the Hudson Valley Tuesday. Crews are now cleaning up fallen trees and downed power lines.
The area near Main Street in Livingston Manor was completely flooded in water. A garage roof caved in and down the street, a bridge was also severely damaged.
Many areas of Sullivan County experienced damage. The Town of Livingston and Callicoon declared a State of Emergency, which has since been lifted. People were warned to not be out on the roads and to be careful.
Many businesses were forced to shut down their stores late Tuesday afternoon and into Wednesday morning.
"Overnight, we got approximately 12 inches inside the store. I'm going to say now we lost about $2,000 worth of product," one person said.
Crews are still cleaning up following the storm.
There are no reports of any injuries or deaths.