Flash Flood in Toronto, Canada

July 8th, 2013 at 8:27 pm by under Bill's Blog, News, Weather

Flooding Oneida Co. New York    A major flash flood is occurred in Toronto, Canada.  Look at this pic. of the biggest urban geyser I’ve ever seen.  Here’s pic. of train rescue.  Up to 1,400 may be stuck on stranded trains this evening.  Over 300,000 are without power in the Toronto Area and 80% of the 700,000 customers in the Mississauga area to the west of Toronto are without power.  The airport measured 3.54″ of rain in 2 hours, 4.96″ today, bringing their total to 7.36″ That’s a Ferrari in the water!.  (Pic. of flooding in Oneida Co. N.Y. from WGRZ, Buffalo).

10 Responses to “Flash Flood in Toronto, Canada”

  1. Cheryl says:

    Live in the Greater Toronto Area now and all I have to say is that it’s awful. A double decker train was half submerged and they had to send in a marine unit to rescue people. Near the Don Valley River it’s *much* worse but it’s still rough because it was during the tail end of rush hour that it happened. The river’s banks are at risk of completely collapsing. Not good, to say the very least.

  2. TomKap (Michigan St. & Fuller) Grand Rapids says:

    There is some interesting live TV coverage (for those with nothing to do) if you click on the link at the top right on the first link that Bill posted.

  3. fixxxerswrist says:

    nothing like that here and frankly were sick of it. no severe no 90s no 100s. and now i looked at masters coputer and it showed this http://www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/content/images/2007/05/16/lakeshine_396x222.jpg

    1. Jack says:

      Roflmao…” I’ve Seen The Light ” !!!! Lo…. ;-)

    2. Rocky (Rockford) says:


    3. fixxxer says:

      go blow it out your rear bowman. get a life or a girl.

  4. Juicetan says:

    Hey, if you want the latest:

    1. Jack says:

      LOL… ” Oh Canada “. !! ;-)

  5. Yup (Grandville) says:

    Looks like the pumps were overwhelmed, or stopped working altogether!

  6. Eric says:

    It´s been a horrible experience for me. I know it´s been a few months since the disaster but I still cannot stop shaking when I´m looking at the pictures of flooded streets of Toronto. Anyone who looks at them have to admit it´s something you don´t want to ever experience in your life.

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