As much as six and a half inches of rain pelted Fairfax County Saturday, flooding roads, downing trees and trapping several people in stranded vehicles.
Vehicle rescues included a person trapped in a truck in the 117300 block of Lakewood Lane in Fairfax Station and the occupants of a car at Woodburn Road and Spicewood Drive in Annandale.
Six and a half inches of rain was measured in Burke, 5.7 inches in Fairfax Station, 5.5 inches in Franconia and a little over five inches at Dulles airport.
At 7 p.m. Saturday night Fairfax County police issued this list of more than a dozen roads that were closed:
6800 block of Bull Run Post Office Road – Tree down
Georgetown Pike at Centrillion Drive – Tree down
Old Courthouse Road at Besley Road – Water in roadway
8500 block of Lewinsville Road – Water in roadway
Prosperity Avenue at Woodburn Road – Water in roadway
3700 block of Prosperity Avenue – Water in roadway
Woodburn Road at Spicewood Road – Water in roadway
4700 block of Brookside Lane – Tree down
10300 block of Lawyers Road – Water in roadway
Edsall Road at Industrial Road – Water in roadway
Richmond Highway at Armistead Road – Water in roadway
Burke Road at Heritage Square Drive – Water in roadway
Ox Road at University Road – Malfunctioning traffic lights
Burke Lake Road at Kilkenny Lane – Water in roadway
Burke Centre Parkway at Burke Commons Road – Water in roadway
Miller Heights Road at Cranbrook Lane – Tree down
By 9 a.m. Sunday about half a dozen roads were still blocked by water, trees or wires.