PHOTO GALLERY: Stanton’s new water park(ing lot)


Posted by Daily News • Last Updated 11:14 am on Tuesday, July 08 2014

A group of children run into the deeper part of Sunshine Canyon & Mainville Apartments flooded parking lot in Stanton on Monday afternoon, following Sunday night’s heavy rain showers. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

 

Stanton children make the best of their flooded parking lot grabbing tubes, water toys and swimming gear to take a swim while the high water remains. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

 

A group of children float past the playground Monday afternoon in the parking lot of Sunshine Canyon & Mainville Apartments in Stanton, which remained flooded following Sunday night’s rain storms. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

 

Looking above the parking lot, a few cars remained, but some weren’t so lucky and are partly submerged in the parking lot of Sunshine Canyon & Mainville Apartments in Stanton. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

 

The loading dock of Save-A-Lot in Stanton is still in service despite the flooding occurring through out the back of the parking lot. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

 

Despite standing flood water, Save-A-Lot in Stanton still went about business on Monday afternoon, taking deliveries to the partly flooded loading dock. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

 

Looking through the parking lot of Stanton 1st Care, standing water remains from Sunday night’s heavy rain storm, which left the parking lots of many local business and homes flooded. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

 

The back parking lot of Save-A-Lot in Stanton and the back yard of a Stanton home were flooded after Sunday night’s heavy rainstorms. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson

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