The remnants of Hurricane Ida moved through the Delaware Valley during the evening hours bringing torrential downpours and heavy flooding to much of the area. Numerous tornadoes were spotted over the region. As the storm moved out, the Neshaminy Creek spilled over it's banks. Just after 0340 hours, Middletown PD requested the Fire Department to the area of Periwinkle Avenue and Bridle Drive for a report of a subject in a residence requesting assistance. R9, TW21 and M73 arrived shortly after. M73 was deployed into the waters to attempt to gain access to the resident. Shortly after arrival, another request for assistance was made to evacuate numerous occupants. At this point, a request was made to the Bucks County EMA to deploy a boat from the PA Fish and Boat Commission that was staged in Ivyland. Once the additional boat arrived, they worked in tandem with M73 to perform the evacuations. As the creek peaked at around 20.8 feet and an intense flow and obstacles, crews could not make access to the resident on Bridle Drive. Command once again worked with Bucks County EMA and requested to deploy a rescue helicopter to perform the evacuation. An hour later, the Blackhawk helicopter from the Pennsylvania Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team (HART) arrived and successfully and safely rescued the resident. One more evacuation was made by the crew of M73 before crews were able to return to quarters.