Burlington and Halton Bailing Out

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Burlington and Halton Bailing Out

Burlington and other parts of Halton Region still dealing with the after effects of a torrent of rain.

Major roads and highways were closed in the wake of severe flooding  across Burlington and other parts of Halton Region.

Environment Canada says 150 millimetres fell in highly localized areas last night.

That’s two months worth of rain in about two and a half hours.

The eastbound lanes of the 403 to the 407 eastbound ramp were closed,  along with the eastbound QEW to 407.

The QEW westbound at Guelph Line and the 407 at Appleby Line also closed .

In town roads affected include; Dundas Street from Appleby to Guelph Line,  Burloak from Rebecca to Guelph Line and parts of New Street, Upper Middle Road,  Fairview Street, Mainway Drive and Walkers Line.

Despite damage to roads and property, there were no reports of injuries resulting  from heavy rainfall.



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