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Flooded front yard and street on Roswell Street, between 10th and 11th streets in east Long Beach.

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1959 days ago

Flooded front yard and street on Roswell Street, between 10th and 11th streets in east Long Beach.

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sandyo1017 1956 days ago

Instead of blaming the city and leaving it to us taxpayers to pay the claims why not consider making those more responsible pay. you know, the ones who use the gutters and drains as their dumpsters. It is too easy to conclude the government should pay wit

SanDiegoTacoCo 1958 days ago

Maybe you should get some fish and make it a Koi pond.

SanDiegoTacoCo 1958 days ago

Maybe you should get some fish and make it a Koi pond.

onlyharley 1959 days ago

exactly as someone said earlier..city hadnt clean the drains out..looks like claims to the city will go up...oh and don't let them say..."its just too much rain at once"..we knew about this storm for over a week now

devilhead 1959 days ago

Man, that is totally messed up. I grew on 933 Roswell. Good luck to my LBC homies.

LaurieManny 1959 days ago

This area has flooded before. Last time it was simply because the City hadn't cleaned out the storm drains in a long time. Probably same reason this time. Thats a lot of damage you're looking at folks!

abeau007 1959 days ago

Check this out.

hoodrich 1959 days ago

Your house is on Fox 11 news haha.

simplyn2deep 1959 days ago

that's insane!

iBONT 1959 days ago

at least the yard gate is closed...

reyeuro 1959 days ago

you are on Long Beach, California? So close darling.

oxymrncparadx 1959 days ago

!!!That's INSANE!!!

MiichaelCoryy 1959 days ago

SCARY!!

TristanSpears 1959 days ago

WOW /:

LiLCuppyCake 1959 days ago

no way!! is this real?!

RigginsConst 1959 days ago

OH WOW! It's like Galveston, TX.