Officials say that water raids and violent weather in Virginia shut down the state’s capital’s airport, and some drivers were shut down.
Richmond International Airport tweeted its closure due to floods for several hours on Friday morning. Parts of Interstate 64 were also closed near the airport.
The pictures and videos of the eye witnesses in the region are dropping traffic backups and their passengers the means to walk to the airport. It rained at a point in the morning hours at the airport was more than 5 inches of tweet.
The National Air Service at Wakefield gave a warning to Richmond and the eastern areas of the city around 6:30 pm.
The Henrico County firefighters reported at 6 am that they had rescued people from seven cars trapped in the water.
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