Residents still cleaning up after heavy flooding hits

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Residents are still cleaning up after Tuesday's heavy rains caused flooding of roads and homes in Northeast Ohio.

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Bainbridge Township took a big hit. Pettibone Road and Geauga Lake Road had high water, and a bridge was out on Haskins Road.

A Fox 8 viewer in Bainbridge Township sent video of the flooded out Bainbridge Road area in Bainbridge Township.

The area around one home in Bainbridge Township was also completely covered with water.

Members of the Hillcrest Technical Rescue Team, made up of rescue crews from area cities and villages, responded to several flooding emergencies.

In Chagrin Falls, the foundation of one home on Elm Court gave way, when 51 inches of water pressed against the outside of the house and burst through to the basement.

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