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Slideshow: Flash flooding in Toronto, July 8, 2013

A tow truck driver floats a car out of the Don Valley Parkway.
A woman checks her car in flood water on Lakeshore Boulevard.
A woman gets gets back in her car via the passenger-side window on Lakeshore Boulevard.
A woman ponders her journey home at Toronto's Union Station after rail services were severely disrupted by flooding.
The water began rising inside the GO Train not long after it hit the flooded tracks.
A GO Train is stranded on flooded tracks as night falls.
Stranded GO Train passengers wait to be rescued by boat.
Stranded GO Train passengers make their way to dry land.
An ambulance's lights illuminate stranded GO Train passengers being rescued.
A stranded, flooded GO Train is later Monday evening.
A rescue worker wades past a flooded police vehicle.
A tow truck driver floats a car out of the Don Valley Parkway. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
A woman checks her car in flood water on Lakeshore Boulevard. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
A woman gets gets back in her car via the passenger-side window on Lakeshore Boulevard. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
A woman ponders her journey home at Toronto's Union Station after rail services were severely disrupted by flooding. - Chris Young / The Canadian Press
The water began rising inside the GO Train not long after it hit the flooded tracks. - Michael Li / The Canadian Press
A GO Train is stranded on flooded tracks as night falls. - Winston Neutel / The Canadian Press
Stranded GO Train passengers wait to be rescued by boat. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Ppress
Stranded GO Train passengers make their way to dry land. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
An ambulance's lights illuminate stranded GO Train passengers being rescued. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
A stranded, flooded GO Train is later Monday evening. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press
A rescue worker wades past a flooded police vehicle. - Frank Gunn / The Canadian Press

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