NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Wednesday’s storms didn’t just ravage Springfield Township. There was also widespread flooding and even power outages across many areas in the Tri-state.

Flash flooding from all that rain left more than a dozen streets in Newark under water.

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The Public Safety Department says it rescued at least 11 drivers after got trapped in their cars

Quick rising waters also stranded drivers in Perth Amboy. A car was nearly submerged on New Brunswick Avenue.

A woman in East Brunswick also had to be rescued from her stranded car. Firefighters pulled her out through her car window and safely carried her into a restaurant.

It wasn’t just drivers, some subway riders in New York couldn’t escape the flooding either.

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Commuters posted videos on social media showing water raining down onto the platform at the Prince Street station in Manhattan.

Another video from a southbound B train in Brooklyn showed water coming down on the cars and evening trickling inside.

The storms also caused power problems in New Jersey.

Downed wires in North Arlington left a bowling alley in the dark Wednesday afternoon.

More than 3,000 customers were without power in Monmouth County as of 11 p.m.

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Around 1,100 customers in Essex County, 266 in Union, and 167 in Bergen were also without power Wednesday night.