See What Flooding Did to This St. Paul Park

Alex Perez is in St. Paul where emergency workers are preparing for even more damaging rain water.
1:40 | 06/26/14

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It looked like a regular day at the park here in Saint Paul people gathering but those people are actually coming here to check out all of the flooding can turn around you can see for yourself and Mississippi river's coming up on this. Part here now it's been. Flooding and rising basically -- -- might be able to see that lift host right there it's almost completely underwater and this was actually market soon. There were a bunch of -- -- that we're going to be held view that had been canceled because of all this water. And authorities right now are keeping their eyes on the river they believe it may have reached its crest. -- of course you know more than 50% of the deaths on Mount Everest occur on the way down. So we're gonna watch this river as it goes back into its banks and until we can have the opportunity to get out and inspect the -- inspect infrastructure. And checked for damage as we don't know what's happening underneath that water was all that debris and -- So it's going to be a long -- Here's the big concern big big concern there's possibly more rain. Here this weekend so it is going to be a busy weekend here since it all. In Minneapolis and in the state of Minnesota as it prepared to deal with -- possibly more rain on top -- the flooding. They have right now. For me the biggest concern is the potential for heavy rainfall and even severe weather. With the soil is saturated at all throughout the community author of the whole -- area. We're seeing old trees not just trees snapping and breaking a whole trees being uprooted because the ground is so saturated that -- -- Soil. So trees severe weather and of course rain on top of the flood situation it's not going to be good.

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