On June 20, 2019, the northwestern part of Gloucester County was hit with a major rain storm that dumped approximately 4.9 inches of rain on the area in a very short amount of time. Battalion two received its first call at approximately 0205 hours for an Occupied Vehicle in the Water. Engine 92 investigated finding that the driver had drove his vehicle into a flooded portion of the street and became disabled. The driver himself was not in distress. Crews were then dispatched to the New Jersey Turnpike at milemarker 20.2 (area of the Route 45 overpass) for numerous occupied vehicles in the water. Engine 92 arrived to find that this area of the turnpike had 3 feet of water on it under the overpass of Route 45. The crew assisted the NJSP with stranded motorists and road closure. Additional Crews were then sent to the Edgewood Avenue and Gilbert Avenue for flood assessments. During the time, the Westville Fire Department was requesting mutual aid assistance for severe flooding in Westville, where rescues were going to be need to be made. Brush Truck 925 along with Marine 92 and Engine 923 responded to Westville to provide mutual aid. The crews arrived in Westville at approximately 0230 hours and were in service with making numerous rescues with the marine unit and providing other services until 1000 hours, when they were released by he Westville Fire Department. Engine 92, was released from the NJTP and was detailed to provide a fire suppression cover for the Westville. This crew handled several calls for service while providing the cover.