hicago weather: CTA bus drives through flooded.
Strong storms that moved via the Chicago vicinity Tuesday night introduced heavy rainfall, main to flooding on many streets.
A passenger aboard a CTA bus shot video as the bus made its way thru the flooded Foster viaduct at DuSable Lake Shore drive.
The flooding additionally added about a few excessive troubles for drivers at the north give up of DuSable strength as a few motors truly drove onto the motorcycle route to keep away from flooding.
There has been flooding in extraordinary spots as nicely as the viaduct at Ravenswood and Irving Park. Vehicles stalled out in deep water close to Western and Ogden. All the drivers are adequate.
A fuel station became underwater for a time in Lincolnwood.
A hard and fast of sailors had to be rescued near Evanston. They were stuck out at the Lake because the hurricane blew via. Eight boats capsized and as a minimum human beings ended up within the water without an existing jacket.
The Evanston hearth department was modified into capable of conveying all and sundry to shore as it should be. The Coast shield also helped with those rescues.
ComEd said it predicted to have the company restored to all clients by way of 8 a.M. Wednesday.
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The flood also caused serious problems for drivers at the northern end of DuSable Drive, as some cars actually drove on the bike path to avoid the flood.
Floods also occurred elsewhere, such as the Ravenswood and Irving Park viaducts. The car stalled in the deep sea near the west and Ogden. All drivers are OK.
In Lincoln Wood, a gas station was underwater for some time.
A group of sailors had to be rescued near Evanston. When the storm blew through, they were caught in the lake. Eight boats capsized and at least two were submerged without life jackets.
The Evanston Fire Department was able to safely take everyone to the shore. The Coast Guard also assisted in these rescues.
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