BENSALEM, Pa. - Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf will be in Bucks County Friday to tour the towns hit hardest by flooding earlier this week.
The governor is expected to survey the damage from the flooding in Bristol and Bensalem sometime after noon. The historic flooding, estimated to be a 100-year-flood by the National Weather Service, came as more than 10 inches of rain fell over the course of just a few hours Monday afternoon.
The water stranded drivers in Croydon, and left dozens of residents displaced as the water destroyed their homes. Hank Flynn talks with Bucks County flood victims about how they are coping with the damage in their homes.Wolf is expected to visit the Lafayette Garden Condominiums in Andalusia, where residents were.