DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. – The village of Dolgeville has declared a state of emergency and evacuated North Main Street. There is also an advisory for no unnecessary travel.
Some residents were not able to leave their houses due to the flooding. Emergency responders have been working to rescue people from homes that are partially submerged in water.
According to the mayor, East Canada Creek is one foot under the bridge that crosses Route 29.
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