In Toronto a lot. North of the city, nothing really. That's because it's so built up down there that there is no place for the water to go. We had a waterfall coming through a vent in the roof at work because there was 5-6" of water on the flat roof. :Wow1:
:banghead: If you are familiar with the North York area, you probably saw the front page of the Toronto Star on Sat. morning after the storm. Finch avenue east of Jane street and west of Keele street was completely washed away. We are not talking a little buckle in the road. It looked like a meteor crashed into the road leaving a hole half the size of a football field. City says its going to take months to repair.(at the rate city workers work at) probably have to build a new bridge.
I got away lucky, I only had 3 inches in my basement. they still haven't finished ripping out and drying everything, it will be a few more weeks before they start to rebuild. i was told that a guy in the area had a back split and his 2 lower floors were still full of water...over 8' of water in the lowest level.
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