CLEVELAND — The rain has mostly let up, but what's left over is still causing issues for residents.
Storms Friday night and into Saturday led to significant flooding across Northeast Ohio. The National Weather Service still has much of the region under some type of flood alert, with an additional 1-2 inches of rain still expected.
3News has seen rising waters throughout the area, much of it leading to trouble for locals. Last night, a car crashed into in Big Creek in Parma Heights. Both occupants of the vehicle were okay, although one was taken into custody by police.
Elsewhere in Parma, our cameras found water gushing about West Ridgewood Drive and State Road. Officials were urging drivers to proceed with caution, or perhaps avoid the area altogether.
Meanwhile in Macedonia Saturday morning, viewer Joseph Scherma captured photos and video of flooding in Macedonia. In particular, the Taco Bell along State Route 82 looks "like a river."
Back in Cleveland, West Side Market has been closed due to its own flooding problems. Tenant Kate's Fish describes it as "a full blown state of emergency," although electricity has since been restored to the building.
And in Ashland, the Brookside Park Mini Golf course was almost completely under water.
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