NJ Family Speaks On Narrowly Escaping Drowning In Their Flooded Basement


A New Jersey family who narrowly escaped drowning in their basement as the remnants of Hurricane Ida unleashed a torrent of historic rainfall across the Northeast last week is speaking out.

Shocking video shows Janice and Marlon Valle up at 2:30 a.m. trying to save some precious items from the flood, when one of the walls collapsed, unleashing a torrent of water.

The couple’s son Matteo just walked through ankle-deep water. Six seconds later, the wall gave way.


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