CINCINNATI, Ohio (KGO) -- Flooding in Ohio forced several schools to close on Monday and some roads to shut down.
Residents are now doing the cleanup, as water has subsided in most areas that were flooded.
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Cincinnati was placed under a flash flood emergency Sunday night as thunderstorms dumped as much as 4 to 8 inches of rain in hours in some parts of the city.
Several hundred people are still without power.
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Cleanup underway after flooding in Ohio, several hundred without power
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