Emergency crews have responded to dozens of reports of high water across the region after severe storms with heavy rain moved through the area.
PHOTOS: Severe storms move through the area
In Greene County, dispatchers said several areas across their county were experiencing high water outside of areas that normally flood.
Some of the areas with high water in Greene County include:
- North Belleview Drive at Beryl Drive in Bellbrook. The bridge over a creek was completely washed away by morning flood waters.
- State Route 725 near Penewit Road and Lower Bellbrook Road
- Factory Road south of U.S. 35
- Alpha Bellbrook Road.
- U.S. 68 near Clifton Road
- Bickett Road at U.S. 42
- Selma Jamestown Road south of U.S. 42
- Waynesville Road at Ferry Road near Bellbrook
- Grinnell Road at Clifton Road near Yellow Springs
- State Route 72 between Clifton and Cedarville
- State Route 725 at Washington Mill and Washington Mill at Graf Mill
In Montgomery County, multiple high water reports and even some water rescues were reported in several parts of the county.
- Multiple areas in Miamisburg reported high water, according to a social media post from the city. Portions of Soldiers Home Road, Upper River Road, Chautauqua Road, and Manning Road are all closed due to high water.
- On Webster Street at Needmore Road in Harrison Twp., emergency crews responded to reports of the entire roadway being flooded with stranded vehicles in the water.
- Eastbound U.S. 35 near James H. McGee Boulevard in Dayton
- Dayton Farmersville Road near Liberty Ellerton Road in Jefferson Twp.
- South Union Road at Bear Creek Road in Miami Twp.
In Preble County, a flooded creek forced the evacuation of the Shawnee Plain South Trailer Park near Camden, according to the sheriff’s office. Water was not high enough for boats, dispatchers said.
At Hueston Woods State Park, crews from both Butler and Preble counties responded to a water rescue involving a Rumpke truck stuck in high water Friday morning.
We will continue to update this story with further incidences.