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Wet weather in Maryland, June 10, 2021| PHOTOS

Jason Thomas of Baltimore fishes through his flooded console box after getting stranded in high water that had reached the windows of his Chevy Tahoe on Hillen Road at E. 35th St. He was able to get out of his car, but can't get it started again. The water receded when firefighters cleared the nearby sewage drains.
(Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

Wet weather in Maryland, June 10, 2021| PHOTOS

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Flooding conditions occur in Baltimore.
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Jason Thomas of Baltimore fishes through his flooded console box after getting stranded in high water that had reached the windows of his Chevy Tahoe on Hillen Road at E. 35th St. He was able to get out of his car, but can't get it started again. The water receded when firefighters cleared the nearby sewage drains.
Jason Thomas of Baltimore fishes through his flooded console box after getting stranded in high water that had reached the windows of his Chevy Tahoe on Hillen Road at E. 35th St. He was able to get out of his car, but can't get it started again. The water receded when firefighters cleared the nearby sewage drains. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Driver Jason Thomas of Baltimore, wrapped in a white blanket, talks to a firefighter as firefighterws clear the backed up sewer drains that exacerbated flooding conditions on Hillen Road at 35th St. Thomas's Chevy Tahoe, pictured at center, was caught in deep water that he said had reached his car windows before he escaped.
Driver Jason Thomas of Baltimore, wrapped in a white blanket, talks to a firefighter as firefighterws clear the backed up sewer drains that exacerbated flooding conditions on Hillen Road at 35th St. Thomas's Chevy Tahoe, pictured at center, was caught in deep water that he said had reached his car windows before he escaped. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Driver Jason Thomas of Baltimore returns to his flooded Chevy Tahoe on Hillen Road at 35th St. as a firefighter clears a nearby sewer drain to allow the water to recede.
Driver Jason Thomas of Baltimore returns to his flooded Chevy Tahoe on Hillen Road at 35th St. as a firefighter clears a nearby sewer drain to allow the water to recede. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Baltimore City firefighters clear the sewer drains along Hillen Road near 35th St. where a flash flood stranded one driver Thursday afternoon. Hillen Road southbound was closed briefly until the water receded.
Baltimore City firefighters clear the sewer drains along Hillen Road near 35th St. where a flash flood stranded one driver Thursday afternoon. Hillen Road southbound was closed briefly until the water receded. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)
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Cars make waves as they plow through the flooded street at the intersection of Leadenhall St. and Ostend St.
Cars make waves as they plow through the flooded street at the intersection of Leadenhall St. and Ostend St. (Ulysses Muñoz/Baltimore Sun)
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A man stomps through the water as he crosses the flooded intersection of Leadenhall St. and Ostend St.
A man stomps through the water as he crosses the flooded intersection of Leadenhall St. and Ostend St. (Ulysses Muñoz/Baltimore Sun)
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The water rises up nearly to the headlights of cars parked along Leadenhall St.
The water rises up nearly to the headlights of cars parked along Leadenhall St. (Ulysses Muñoz/Baltimore Sun)
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Cars make waves as they plow through the flooded street at the intersection of Leadenhall St. and Ostend St.
Cars make waves as they plow through the flooded street at the intersection of Leadenhall St. and Ostend St. (Ulysses Muñoz/Baltimore Sun)
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