POTTSTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Fast-moving floodwaters are raging in the Pottstown area on Thursday night. Several vehicles were stuck in floodwaters along the low-lying area of High Street. “It hasn’t been like this in a long time,” Bill Sheetz said. Since Hurricane Agnes in 1972, according to longtime Pottstown residents. Pounding early evening rain led to several cars and businesses on High Street becoming completely overwhelmed by the rising waters of the Manatawny Creek. “This happened real quick. I guess it happened real quick for that car to get stuck,” Pottstown resident Sean Massenburg said. Pregnant Woman, 8-Year-Old Son Killed After Being Washed Away By Floodwaters In Berks County, Police Say Flooding happened so quickly that a work truck was still running when it was consumed by water. Workers could do little more than stare at their business and mess before them. Credit: CBS3 A short distance away near College Drive, Eyewitness News was there as water rescue crews checked out a nearly fully-submerged car. Thankfully, there was no one trapped inside. Another van […]