09
Jul

2013

Record Floods and Rain in Toronto

Post by Gondola Project

Due to the record storm we’ve had in Toronto, our post this week will be delayed slightly as we scramble to get everything up and running again.

It was transportation chaos throughout the City and we’ve had a heck of a time getting to the office. Subways, regional train service and many major highways were all affected.

So in the meantime, since this is a once in a lifetime event, please take a look at some of the crazy things that have happened so far!

 

GO Train submerged. Image via YVRBCbro.

Major highway leading to downtown, the DVP, completely flooded. Image via Colin Price.

Parts of Toronto Subway’s Queen Station under water. Image via TORONTO PROBLEMS.

And lastly, if you’re wondering, yes, that’s a ferrari stuck in mini Lake Ontario. Image from NEXTMOD.



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