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Recent rains have caused massive flooding in New York’s Southern Tier, inundating villages and cities including Johnson City (above), which is part of the Binghamton metropolitan area.  The Susquehanna River is expected to crest as high as 36.7 feet in one area; Broome, Chenango and Tioga Counties have declared states of emergency.  “This is a major flooding situation,” said Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who came  to the area today to survey flood damage. “This is nothing to be trifled  with.”  (Photo: Simon Wheeler / Binghamton Press-Sun & Bulletin)

Recent rains have caused massive flooding in New York’s Southern Tier, inundating villages and cities including Johnson City (above), which is part of the Binghamton metropolitan area.  The Susquehanna River is expected to crest as high as 36.7 feet in one area; Broome, Chenango and Tioga Counties have declared states of emergency.  “This is a major flooding situation,” said Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who came to the area today to survey flood damage. “This is nothing to be trifled with.”  (Photo: Simon Wheeler / Binghamton Press-Sun & Bulletin)