Tornado Scatters Power Lines and Trees Along Street in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Power lines and trees were felled by a tornado that swept through Horsham, Pennsylvania, one of seven cyclones that struck the state on September 1.

This drone footage posted by PECO (the Philadelphia Electric Company) on September 2 shows the scale of repairs needed in Horsham, 10 miles north of Philadelphia.

Swaths of central Philadelphia remained submerged on September 2 after the Schuylkill River burst its banks amid torrential rainfall from post-tropical cyclone Ida the previous day.

More than 40 people were known to have died during the severe weather in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut, US media reported. Credit: PECO via Storyful

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