LAUREL HIGHLANDS, Pa. (KDKA) — It was a wet Fourth of July for some parts of the Laurel Highlands as rain poured through the area.

Rain fell at one-to-two inches an hour between 1 and 2 p.m., moving through different counties in the region.

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The heavy downpours led to flooding on the side of County Line Road near Seven Springs in Somerset County washed aggregate rocks downhill, creating problems for motorists.

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However, the flooding didn’t last long because the storm moved on at a reasonably rapid pace.

A similar situation unfolded in parts of Westmoreland County.

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Limestone rocks that were swept up in the storm covered a road near Stahlstown in Cook Township.