Ithaca's Gorges Flood

Though the flooding in Ithaca from Tropical Storm Lee on September 7 & 8, 2011 wasn't as bad as in Binghamton and other areas, Ithaca's famous gorges roared with gushing, muddy water. See the torrents emerging from five of Ithaca's gorges, including Buttermilk Falls, Enfield Glen in Robert H. Treman State Park, Sixmile Cree, Cascadilla Gorge, and Ithaca Falls.

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Sandra Schmidt says ... on Sunday, Sep 11 at 6:11 PM

I was born and raised in Ithaca and was very interested to see how bad the flooding was there. Thank you for the video. I hope and pray that everyone is safe.

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