Donate cleaning supplies to help local residents impacted by Sunday's flash floods

Posted at 6:11 AM, Aug 30, 2016

NORWOOD, Ohio -- Two days after flooding swept through several Cincinnati neighborhoods, residents are still working on the massive cleanup.

Five local radio stations are spearheading a donation drive for cleaning supplies to help out those impacted by rushing waters sweeping through the streets, shattering windows and sending muddy water into apartments.

Starting at 7 a.m. Tuesday, the public is invited to drop off cleaning supplies including paper towels, mops, buckets, rubber gloves and trash bags at Cumulus Media at 4805 Montgomery Road. If you don't have anything at home to spare, there's a Dollar Tree on Vine Street in St. Bernard and one just off Marburg in Oakley to pitch in to the cleanup effort.