South Shore still dealing with flooding as new nor'easter closes in on LI

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As Long Island braces for another nor’easter, some residents are still dealing with flooding after Friday’s storm.

Streets in Lindenhurst flooded again at high tide last night.

Residents continue to protect their belongings and their cars from the rising water, but they say their drainage system is failing.

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Water from the bay backs up and floods streets and homes.

Lindenhurst Highway Superintendent Rick Sorrentino tells News 12 crews will soon be installing a new valve system to prevent that.

However, that will not help during tomorrow’ storm, which could mean more flooding.

New nor'easter brings fresh flooding fears for waterlogged LIers

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