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Summit County dive team assists in evacuations

14th Street in Barberton, neighbors asking others if they need any help 14th Street in Barberton, neighbors asking others if they need any help
Water rescue in Medina County Water rescue in Medina County
BARBERTON, OH (WOIO) -

Summit County Swift Dive Team was sent to Sharon Township Wednesday evening to evacuate businesses with boats, according to the Medina County sheriff's office.

The flooding happened on Ridge Road just south of Sharon-Copley Road.

The road closed for a short while, due to the flooding. It reopened just before 9 p.m. 

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