Police in Lawrence Township, New Jersey, found the body of a man on Tuesday night who had been swept into a sewer line by floodwaters earlier in the day. The man’s body reportedly was carried through the sewer pipe for two miles before being washed up at a nearby sewage-treatment plant. Police said the man was washed into a manhole cover by floodwaters on his own property, where a landscape supply company, Shemin Nurseries, is located. Meanwhile, rising flood waters on Tuesday on the Passaic River in New Jersey forced evacuations in Paterson and Wallington. The hurricane season is not over yet: forecasters said Tuesday that Tropical Storm Katia is likely to become a hurricane by late Wednesday or early Thursday.