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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning and a flash flood warning on the Fourth of July.

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Thunderstorm areas include Pittsburgh, Wilkinsburg and Munhall.

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Flash flood warning areas are for Oakmont, Fox Chapel and Sharpsburg until 10:45 p.m., and Plum New Kensington and Lower Burrell until 10:30 p.m.

Allegheny County’s twitter account reported that damage includes a tree down blocking Repp Road at Milltown Road in Plum; a vehicle is stuck in water on Allegheny River Boulevard at Sandy Creek Road, and a large tree is down on a vehicle and partially blocking the 400 block of Hulton Road in Penn Hills; a tree is down and blocking Wagner Street at Becks Run Road, and a tree down blocking 57th Street at Duncan Street, Negley Run Boulevard is closed in one direction heading toward Washington Boulevard due to a tree down blocking the road,North Negley Avenue at Wellesley Avenue is closed due to a tree down on a vehicle, and Washington Boulevard is closed in both directions from Allegheny River Boulevard to Negley Run Boulevard due to flooding, in Pittsburgh; a tree down blocking the ramp at Fox Chapel Road and North Margery Drive in O’Hara; and a garage collapsed and there’s debris on the 30 block of Kittanning Street, and a tree is down blocking the right lane of Route 28 northbound at the Sharpsburg exit in Etna.

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There is also a report of a vehicle stuck in flood water on Freeport Road at Brilliant Avenue in Aspinwall.