October 30th, 2012
11:40 PM ET

Stranded drivers rescued in New Jersey

CNN's Gary Tuchman reports from Hoboken, New Jersey, where thousands are trapped in their homes due to flooding. In parts of the city the water is four or five ft. deep, and there are live power lines that could be deadly. Gary was with the mayor and a police office when they saw two people trying to drive, then push their car through the flooded streets. The officer got in the water and picked up both the man and the woman and lifted them into a dump truck, with assistance from Gary and Mayor Dawn Zimmer.

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