BELLEVUE (KDKA) — The flash flooding and heavy rains caused widespread issues overnight.
According to authorities, at least one vehicle became trapped on Union Avenue in Bellevue. There were other reported of cars stalling because of the high water.READ MORE: Stone Wall Partially Collapses In Pittsburgh Neighborhood
No injuries were reported
Over in Squirrel Hill, part of Murray Avenue, between Phillips Avenue and Douglas Street, was blocked off for most of the overnight hours due to flooding.
Firefighters were called in to pump water out of the basement of the Coriander India Grill. Duquesne Light was also on scene.READ MORE: Insulation Issue Leads To Smoking Manhole Along 5th Avenue In Pittsburgh
A building in the Hill District partially collapsed during the heavy rains. Pieces fell on to a car below.
It’s unknown if there were any injuries.
Elsewhere, a tree came down Monday morning on Route 30 in Findlay Township. The road was closed from Route 22 to Route 576 while crews cleared the tree and the wires that came down with it.MORE NEWS: World War II Enigma Codebreaker And Pittsburgher Julia Parsons Turning 100 This Week
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