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Flash flooding hits Kanawha County: Many area creeks' banks overflow onto roads, yards: July 19, 2005

ABOVE: A truck hydroplanes after hitting a flooded section of Route 60 near Belle.

EXPEDITION VIDEO: Flash flooding in Kanawha County

CHARLESTON, WV - Strong thunderstorms slowly moved over the Charleston area on Tuesday, triggering flash flooding across portions of the county. Flooding problems were relatively minor, but several roads were blocked by flowing water and debris. Watersheds affected were mainly along I-79 from Elkview to Clendenin and north of the Kanawha River from Rand to Cedar Grove.

BELOW: Flooding on Jordan Creek north of Charleston, near Falling Rock.

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