Massachusetts City Under State Of Emergency After ‘Catastrophic’ Flash Floods

  • A state of emergency was declared due to devastating flash flooding in Leominster, Massachusetts, Monday night after furious rain inundated roads, created sinkholes and damaged homes.
  • Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella said the city was under a state of emergency at 5:30 p.m. ET Monday night, warning on social media, “Do not venture out. It is not safe.”
  • Slow-moving thunderstorms sparked flash flooding across portions of New England Monday evening, dumping 9.5 inches over Leominster, which is northwest of Boston.
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