PHOTOS: BALTIMORE CITY DAMAGE| Frederick Rd destroyed after heavy flooding
BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- The Frederick Rd corridor of Southwest Baltimore City sustained major damage after Sunday's storms.
Video shows stranded cars, passengers being rescued from an MTA bus and a traffic camera floating in the middle of the road during heavy rain storms.
Monday, after the waters receded, major damage to the road was present.
Nearby Catonsville and Gwynn Oak in Baltimore County also experienced heavy rains and flooding.
Meteorologists say more than 10 inches of rain fell in that area Sunday.
City Officials say the cleanup on Frederick Rd will be a multi-department, multi day response.
The City Office of Emergency Management said they will provide dumpsters to residents for storm related debris.
The Lt Governor Boyd Rutherford is touring Baltimore City to help assess damage and speak with residents about clean-up and rebuilding.