Drivers wade through water as heavy rain pummels StamfordPosted: Updated:
Heavy rain pummeled western Connecticut Tuesday, causing flash flooding in Stamford.
At Harbor View on Jefferson Street, floodwaters were almost covering the tires of motorists in the area.
A Ferrari got stuck at one point and required a tow truck to get the driver out.
Officials said they responded to dozens of similar instances amid the evening's rainfall.
Flooding caused delays and cancellations along Metro-North's New Canaan, Waterbury and Danbury lines.
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