Cloudy. Low 41F. Winds NW at 15 to 25 mph..
Cloudy. Low 41F. Winds NW at 15 to 25 mph.
Updated: October 15, 2019 @ 11:26 pm
Homeowners, businesses and local officials were cleaning up Wednesday after major flooding in many parts of Dane County.
A pedestrian bridge is washed out at Belleville Community Park as the nearby dam overflows with water in Belleville on Wednesday.
Floodwaters inundate Belleville Community Park on Wednesday.
Kevin Therkelsen, right, and Ray Tushoski, both of Belleville, check out a flooded portion of Belleville Community Park on Wednesday, including a road that washed out after the nearby dam was overtopped.
David Fahey, 69, photographs the flooded Belleville Community Park on Wednesday.
Someone captures an image of a flooded pier on the UW-Madison campus.
Carts filled with pork and beef, left, and key lime pie, right, sit outside the Costco in Middleton. The food was among the many items thrown out Wednesday after power went out at the store Monday night and Tuesday.
Workers at Costco in Middleton trash food and other items Wednesday that were damaged by floodwaters or became unusable after the store lost power Monday for more than 14 hours. The store also became a refuge for dozens of stranded shoppers, who spent the night. It's unclear when the store will reopen.
Food discarded from Costco in Middleton piled up in the back parking lot.
Slow, no-wake orders are in effect for all five lakes in the Yahara chain, and all beaches in Dane County have been closed due to high levels of bacteria.
Lauren Justice cleaning up items lost in the flood at The Camera Company on Odana Road. Business were starting to clean up Wednesday after flooding caused by Monday night's record rainfall.
Ward Lundgren, owner of The Camera Co., surveys damage at his Odana Road store Wednesday. Losses including cameras, lenses, photo albums and the store's flooring are expected to surpass $100,000.
Lauren Justice, left, and Moe Bencher take inventory before throwing out items lost in the flood at The Camera Company on Odana Road. The business is located near a detention pond that overflowed Monday.
A boat launch was flooded on the UW-Madison campus. Much of flooding in the Madison area happened because the ground and storm sewers couldn't absorb the rain faster than it fell.
Mako Chang, left, and Flower Du carry out flood-damaged massage chairs from their Yuan Spa on Odana Road on Wednesday. The business sustained between $10,000 and $30,000 in damage.
Jason Huberty walks his dog Piper along the flooded walkway at Tenney Park on Wednesday.
Costco was without power Monday night and Tuesday morning and flooded from the historic rainfall. It also served as a refuge for people stranded in the storms. This photo was taken by Collin Jahnke, of Middleton, who had been stranded outside and invited in by Costco employees. It's unclear when the store will reopen.
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