Heavy rains leave many parts of central Indiana waterlogged

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (June 26, 2015) -- Flooding caused problems from Marion County to Delaware County. The water on English Avenue near Shortridge Road on the near east side of Indianapolis proved to be too much for even heavy duty vehicles. The engine of a white pick up truck gave up because the water was too deep. On Washington Street near Shadeland Avenue, you could get by either by slowing down or avoiding the pond all together.

Flooding was also bad in parts of Hamilton County.

"That's the worst I've ever seen it, and that's the most debris I've seen travel down this creek," said Monica DiOrio as she pointed out the swollen creek in her neighborhood near Walter Court.

DiOrio worried the water was going to invade her house.

"I was just hoping that it didn't get up to our fence and in to our yard because my closet is right at the edge there so that was my biggest concern," she said.

It appears basement flooding was kept to a minimum. We called several flood restoration companies, and representatives told us they haven't been called to anything substantial.