McDONALD, Pa. - Constantly dealing with severe flooding is nothing new for people in McDonald.
Flooding has damaged homes and businesses and even caused some minor injuries.
Residents in the Washington County community are still cleaning up after severe storms on Wednesday.
Tempers flared at a special town hall meeting Thursday night.
The room was packed with angry residents who had a lot of questions after their homes and businesses were flooded near the Southern Beltway Turnpike construction project.
"None of us really want to be here tonight. None of us wanted these event to occur. So, the first thing I'm going to do is apologize," Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission Chief Engineer Brad Heigel said.
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