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Hard rain produced flash flooding in New Albany

Hard and fast-moving rain produced flash flooding in parts of New Albany Wednesday evening. (Courtesy: Bill Lewis)

NEW ALBANY, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) -- Hard and fast-moving rain produced flash flooding in parts of New Albany Wednesday evening.

"It was real hard rain. Probably downpoured for about 45 minutes. It was probably about three inches, three-and-a-half inches of rain," described New Albany resident Bill Lewis.

Lewis and his family watched the rain and the subsequent flooding it produced in their neighborhood.

"Never seen anything like this since we've been here," Lewis explained.

Flash flooding caused the Rose Run Watershed to overflow onto the road at Harlem and Greensward Roads.

Several cars were also left abandoned in high waters.

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