Emergency responders were kept busy Friday night when severe storms struck the region, causing roadway flooding, trees to come down, and unsafe driving conditions.
At about 6:30 p.m., the National Weather Service of State College issued a tornado watch for seven Pennsylvania counties, including Lycoming and Clinton.
Flooding across multiple roadways caused dangerous driving conditions through the night.
On South Reach Road, water across the roadway caused a frightening situation for one driver. The vehicle became stuck in the high water, trapping the driver inside.
Members of the Williamsport Bureau of Fire responded to the rescue call, which was reported at about 9:30 p.m. Within about 15 minutes, fire fighters were able to safely free the vehicle.
Throughout the evening, emergency personnel dealt with multiple trees down in roadways, including one at Park and Sixth avenues.