Local residents remain on river watch
March 12, 2011 (WPVI) -- While many people in local flood zones are breathing a sigh of relief, others remain on river watch.
A handful of roads in Bucks County are closed due to rising waters.
In Upper Makefield near the Delaware River, several inches of water remain on the ground.
The Action Cam was also in Bristol Borough Saturday morning where there was evidence of minor flooding.
Officials say the situation could have been much worse.
And in New Hope, the Delaware River spilled over its banks and into the yards of homeowners and parking lots, including the one at the Lambertville station, in New Jersey.
Floodwaters knocked over a small building and almost swept it away.
bucks county, new hope, new jersey, flooding, local/state
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