East Iowa City Flooding

1100 block of Sandusky Dr. back yards. Fast running water looked like a river.

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Anonymous says ... on Friday, Jun 18 at 7:53 PM

you people are rude.

bstantonanderson says ... on Thursday, Jun 17 at 2:35 PM

It was my son who is two. so yes it was a toddler. :-)

Anonymous says ... on Tuesday, Jun 15 at 4:29 PM

Wow, I'm pretty sure this is the worst video I've ever seen. I know 3 year olds who could do better

Anonymous says ... on Tuesday, Jun 15 at 3:36 PM

give them a break these are just average people not photographers!

dany54 says ... on Tuesday, Jun 15 at 2:05 PM

Did anyone proof this video before it went on the website?

PaulaAnn says ... on Tuesday, Jun 15 at 2:03 PM

Why is this on your website, terrible footage!

Fuzzyone says ... on Tuesday, Jun 15 at 1:41 PM

This video is not worthy of being on your website.

hdd156 says ... on Tuesday, Jun 15 at 12:29 PM

Im sorry was a toddler filming this??

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