In Pennsylvania, the flooding has claimed the car with the child and his pregnant mother

The Pennsylvania police said that in the car, which was washed away by the current, was found by a woman in the position and her 8-year-old son.

The chief of police of Pennsylvania said that the police found the dead woman, which was soon to have a baby and her 8-year-old son. They were in the car that were washed over.

John Jurek, the chief of police of the city of Douglas township, told the media that on Thursday evening the car was carried on the inflow Manatawny Creek about half a mile, after a woman swales on the phone with emergency personnel. When the car started to carry out Manatawny Creek, the line went dead.

Douglass Township Police Chief says the woman tried to cross Pine Forge Rd at the Colebrookdale Railroad overpass, but the current was too strong and flooded her car…trapping her and her son in vehicle. She was 8 months pregnant.

— Brittany Garzillo (@BrittanyWGAL) July 12, 2019

The search for the missing was conducted for about 5 hours. In the end, the emergency personnel found the car in a tributary of the river. Then the scene was caused by the employees of the coroner’s office.

It is noted that on Thursday in Berks County were recorded several inches of rainfall that caused flooding at the mouths of rivers and road closures for several hours.

The personality of a woman and child were not disclosed.

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Douglas township is located North-West of Philadelphia, about 20 miles (32 km) East of reading.

Major search and rescue operation ongoing Thursday night on the Manatawny Creek after a car was reportedly swept away in flood waters earlier in the afternoon.

— Michael Yoder (@YoderReports) July 12, 2019

It is reported that the National Weather Service issued a warning of flash flooding in fast-growing Eastern Pennsylvania after the region fell 6 inches (15 cm) of rain, flooding the road and sharpened into a trap motorists who were in the cars. Work is underway to evacuate local residents and their cars after a storm moved in part of the counties Berks and Montgomery. Officials urged local residents as soon as possible to move in more elevated areas, calling the situation «extremely dangerous and life-threatening». Severe storms can bring strong winds, more heavy rainfall and hail.