Water receded in some areas overnight and main thoroughfares have reopened in DuBois, Clearfield County, emergency officials said today.
Clearfield and Jefferson counties declared disaster emergencies after about 6 inches of rain fell by 3 p.m. Thursday, leaving as much as 4 feet of water on some streets and forcing the closure of all roads going into DuBois.
Between 7 and 8 inches of rain fell in some parts of Jefferson County, Department of Emergency Services director Tracy W. Zents said at a press conference this morning.
“Right now, we’re getting out of the response mode, and into the recovery mode,” Mr. Zents said.
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