GO Train rescue after flooding

About 1400 people had to be rescued by boat by Toronto police after a GO commuter train became stranded and filled up to the seats with water. It got stuck in the Don Valley when heavy rains and thunderstorms hit the GTA. Some passengers were stranded on the train for more than seven hours waiting to be rescued. The last of the passengers were rescued around 1 a.m. Tuesday morning.

Toronto traffic chaos, blackouts

A nasty morning commute and widespread power outages for Toronto after record rainfall

Toronto traffic chaos, blackouts

A nasty morning commute and widespread power outages for Toronto after record rainfall

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"5:30pm Richmond Hill Go Train flooded with passengers on board!

Stranded train in Toronto

A Go Train stranded in Toronto due to flash floods and severe storms, captured by Andrew Bell at BNN

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"And here's the stuck GO train. Fire crews just arriving to the scene now pic.twitter.com/i3kgoezWVX"

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