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Lodi streets flood as Saddle River crests, some residents evacuate

LODI, New Jersey (WABC) -- The Saddle River crested and spilled into the streets of Lodi, New Jersey, causing flooding in some homes and spurring people to evacuate in some cases.The river crested at levels higher than expected and the Office of Emergency Management reported at least 35 rescues on Wednesday.Neighbors were seeing the impacts of the winter storm as the floodwater rose by the minute, creeping right onto the doorstep of those living on Money and Sidney streets.As the water rose, Eyewitness News saw a family ...

LODI, New Jersey (WABC) -- The Saddle River crested and spilled into the streets of Lodi, New Jersey, causing flooding in some homes and spurring people to evacuate in some cases.

The river crested at levels higher than expected and the Office of Emergency Management reported at least 35 rescues on Wednesday.

Neighbors were seeing the impacts of the winter storm as the floodwater rose by the minute, creeping right onto the doorstep of those living on Money and Sidney streets.

As the water rose, Eyewitness News saw a family evacuate their 92-year-old mother-in-law to safety.

The family worked together to wheel their loved one through the water from their doorstep. At one point, they weren't able to make their way on the outskirts of the home by using the sidewalk, as the water deepened.

They had to cut through the back of another neighboring home just to make sure they were safe.

The family said since 1999, this has happened about five times, changing the way that they live.

They say anytime it rains they are watchful as the Saddle River could potentially rise, with water pouring into their homes, and streets left flooded. The family is frustrated.

"Help us, help us. We've lived on the street 90 years. My mom and dad were on the street 90 years, so we need some help. Somebody needs to help us," said Marisa, an evacuating resident.

"It's just too much water, you can only do so much. They do truly their best but you know, it is what it is," said neighbor Al Chasey.

Governor Phil Murphy, who surveyed the flooding in Lodi on Wednesday, touted a program that provides money to buy people's homes along deluge plains. "I think you're going to see a lot more acquisition," said Murphy. "We can't have families see the same movie every other year forever and for always."

However, resident Bianney Garcia says the program is a bureaucratic nightmare.

"It's been months already and we're not getting anywhere right now," said Garcia.

Several roads are closed due to flooding and drivers are advised not to drive into water.

All Lodi Public Schools were closed on Wednesday due to the flooding conditions.

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Heavy rainfall causing New Jersey community to be on edge

LODI, New Jersey (WABC) -- A steady, pouring rain drenched the Lodi community on Saturday night, dampening spirits.Mary Jean Baretto is nervous."Every time that there is rain, I'm worried about flooding and all that - and I have to go to the window - is it like halfway yet? It's all worries all the time," she says.After the last big storm in January, water was creeping up to her doorstep just feet from the overflowing Saddle River.She has had to evacuate by boat in the past, but this time it won't be eas...

LODI, New Jersey (WABC) -- A steady, pouring rain drenched the Lodi community on Saturday night, dampening spirits.

Mary Jean Baretto is nervous.

"Every time that there is rain, I'm worried about flooding and all that - and I have to go to the window - is it like halfway yet? It's all worries all the time," she says.

After the last big storm in January, water was creeping up to her doorstep just feet from the overflowing Saddle River.

She has had to evacuate by boat in the past, but this time it won't be easy. Baretto is walking with a cane after major surgery.

"I had spine surgery - I can't go anywhere," she said.

As the night went on - the puddles grew - along with the concerns. Big enough to force some Lodi residents to uproot permanently.

"We had five kids in the apartment and all the time it was very difficult, so we moved," said Aleandra Sandoval.

"The whole basement up to the first floor was flooded and we had to move out afterwards - it just wasn't great. I was pregnant at the time - it was bad," said Danielle Trippeda.

It is still causing anxiety years later - even on your 'run of the mill' rainy day.

Even though the river has run some people out of town, others have no paddle - only prayers.

Baretto tells Eyewitness News the scariest memory she has from river flooding is when her husband was nearly swept away on North Main Street. He held onto a utility pole for dear life until firefighters arrived. She hopes the river stays within its banks on Saturday night.

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New Jersey rivers reach major flood stage sending water rushing into nearby communities

More New Jersey rivers expected to reach major flood stageResidents near the Saddle River in Lodi, New Jersey were evacuated on Tuesday after a monster storm caused the river to crest 4 feet above flood level. FOX Weather Correspondent Katie Byrne is on Main Street where the flooding has closed the road.LODI, N.J. – Heavy rain from ...

More New Jersey rivers expected to reach major flood stage

Residents near the Saddle River in Lodi, New Jersey were evacuated on Tuesday after a monster storm caused the river to crest 4 feet above flood level. FOX Weather Correspondent Katie Byrne is on Main Street where the flooding has closed the road.

LODI, N.J. – Heavy rain from a monster winter storm has caused several rivers in New Jersey to reach flood stage, sending water rushing into surrounding communities.

Officials declared a state of emergency in New Jersey due to flooding, with more rivers throughout the Garden State forecast to reach flood stage within the next day or two. The major flooding has prompted water rescue operations.

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In Lodi, New Jersey, the Saddle River crested around 9 a.m. EST Wednesday morning, more than 2 feet above major flood stage. The river level peaked at 10.27 feet, according to the National Weather Service. The Saddle River enters minor flood stage at 5.5 feet and major flood stage at 8 feet.

Basement and lower-level apartment homes in Lodi were flooded when the river crested, sending water into the streets near the river, including Main Street. On Wednesday, water continued to lap at buildings, and the river raged nearby.

Avenue E to Central Avenue on Main Street remains closed due to flooding.

Lodi Fire Department crews evacuated families with young children in those homes using high-water vehicles. Fire crews are going street by street to check on residents in homes in the flooding area who may need rescuing.

Despite the flooding, people were still trying to make it to work in the wet conditions. Many drivers were diverted due to flood-related road closures.

"You need a rowboat No. 1 to come in here. It's been bad. The water rises in the rivers, and there's nothing you can do," said Phil Pino, of Pinto Garbage Co. "Main Street is bad, very bad. Maybe half a mile of water."

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Schools in Lodi are closed on Wednesday.

The basement flooded at the Boys and Girls Club, Washington Elementary School and multiple businesses in Lodi. Flooding was also reported in houses along the baseball field and a senior housing complex.

About 4 miles away, Pine Brook, New Jersey, is bracing for major flooding impacts as the Passaic River is forecast to crest at 21.4 feet on Thursday. As of Wednesday morning, the river was over 19 feet, just above minor flood stage. The river reaches major flood stage at 21 feet.

Pompton Plains, New Jersey, has picked up 3-5 inches of rain over the past 24 hours. The Pompton River hit major flood stage at 19 feet and is forecast to peak at 20.6 feet by late Wednesday.

Pequannock Mayor Ryan Herd said that beginning Sunday, first responders went door to door to warn residents of the potential flooding. The mayor said he's concerned families will be displaced by flooding yet again.

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"This is actually about the third time in about four weeks that we've gotten flooding in Pequannock," Herd said.

Rainfall from the winter storm broke more than 60 daily rainfall records on Tuesday for cities including Newark, with 2.05 inches, and Trenton, with 2.16 inches.

In addition to the heavy rain from the winter storm, the FOX Forecast Center said snowmelt from areas north of New Jersey is moving downstream, contributing to the rapidly rising rivers.

Flood Warnings and Advisories continue to be in effect from the Gulf Coast to New England as a powerful winter storm brought record rainfall to some areas.

New Jersey residents concerned about flooding after heavy rainfall

LODI, New Jersey (WABC) -- Heavy rain and strong gusts of wind left parts of the Tri-State area drenched Sunday.A number of residents in Fairfield, New Jersey have already moved their cars to higher ground in anticipation of the water level continuing to swell overnight.Yards are already submerged -- especially those hugging the Passaic River, which is known for overrunning its banks. Thankfully, catastrophic flooding is not expected.Those who have lived in the area for decades and have weathered much rose, tell Eyewitne...

LODI, New Jersey (WABC) -- Heavy rain and strong gusts of wind left parts of the Tri-State area drenched Sunday.

A number of residents in Fairfield, New Jersey have already moved their cars to higher ground in anticipation of the water level continuing to swell overnight.

Yards are already submerged -- especially those hugging the Passaic River, which is known for overrunning its banks. Thankfully, catastrophic flooding is not expected.

Those who have lived in the area for decades and have weathered much rose, tell Eyewitness News they are prepared.

Karen Telli explains that FEMA raised her house to a second-level 17 years ago, so now she doesn't sweat it, because she knows her house will be dry, Even her air conditioner outside her house has been mounted up on the second-level so it won't get ruined.

"They elevated me way above base flood level. I'm self-contained upstairs -- it's wonderful," Telli said.

Meanwhile, earlier Sunday, the City of Lodi was left inundated after steady, pounding rain flooded parts of the community Saturday night turning streets into small rivers.

The impact left several vehicles submerged and basements under water.

"Every time that there is rain, I'm worried about flooding and all that," said Mary Jean Baretto, a Lodi resident. "It's all worries, all the time."

For former residents, the flooding reminds them why they decided to move from the flood prone area.

"We had five kids in the apartment and all the time it was very difficult, so we moved," said Aleandra Sandoval, a former resident of Lodi.

Back in January, the Saddle River crested and overflowed into the streets, leaving homes flooded and forcing residents to evacuate.

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Flooding, downed trees and debris litter northern New Jersey after torrential storm

LODI, N.J. -- The coastal storm that wreaked havoc on northern New Jersey on Sunday night into Monday downed trees, flooded communities and forced rivers beyond their banks.The Saddle River at Lodi was just one of several bodies of water that overflowed.The Ho-Ho-...

LODI, N.J. -- The coastal storm that wreaked havoc on northern New Jersey on Sunday night into Monday downed trees, flooded communities and forced rivers beyond their banks.

The Saddle River at Lodi was just one of several bodies of water that overflowed.

The Ho-Ho-Kus Brook busted beyond its banks in Ridgewood after more than five inches of rain fell.

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Village Hall had to be pumped and swept out. Also, the football field flooded and the turf warped. Officials delayed schools for two hours and then set elementary students home early after power went out. Backyards filled with water near the brook. Juliann Ofodile shared that her garage filled with water, but thankfully her basement did not.

"We were okay. I feel terrible for our neighbors. Their car was totaled," Ofodile said.

Officers tied the neighbor's car to a tree to keep it from being washed away. Ofodile's neighbors on the other side were too exhausted to speak with CBS New York on camera, but shared the force of floodwaters was too much for their brand-new, reinforced garage door to handle. Their basement filled with water.

In Paramus, wind gusts exceeding 50 mph toppled a tree onto a home before daybreak.

"We turned the lights on and that's when we actually saw a branch through the roof of the ceiling," the homeowner said.

Not all who attempted to cross Wait Street and 5th Avenue in Paterson found success Monday morning. Cars stalled out in floodwater and needed the helping hand of a tow truck.

Problems in Pompton Plains were magnified midday as the Pompton River reached major flood stage, shutting down a stretch of Route 23 and threatening local businesses.

"The water has been coming up very quick and within hours it's getting closer and closer," resident Travis Jung said. "We've just been trying our best to get everything off the ground because a lot of this stuff is electric and very expensive if it gets ruined."

"I'm walking around now just deciding whether to start picking up or not," resident John Diamond said.

For Diamond, water threatens his home when the river gauge hits 21 feet. As of 3 p.m., the gauge measured 20 feet, 4 inches and rising.

The Pompton River is expected to crest at 20 feet, 7 inches, hopefully sparing Diamond. As for the Saddle River at Lodi, water levels should go down Monday night into Tuesday.

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