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Images: Cleanup continues after heavy flooding in Lake, Cook and Kane counties

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Cleanup continued Thursday in the wake of Wednesday's heavy rain which caused massive flooding the Lake, Cook and Kane counties. See photos of flooding from around the suburbs.

Sandbags protect businesses along Old Grand Avenuee in Gurnee Thursday.
  Sandbags protect businesses along Old Grand Avenuee in Gurnee Thursday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Heavy flooding impacted Gurnee on Thursday.
  Heavy flooding impacted Gurnee on Thursday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
A Daily Herald drone aerial view reveals the extent of flooding at the Marriott Lincolnshire on Thursday.
  A Daily Herald drone aerial view reveals the extent of flooding at the Marriott Lincolnshire on Thursday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Rising floodwaters are affecting businesses Thursday along Old Grand Avenue in Gurnee.
  Rising floodwaters are affecting businesses Thursday along Old Grand Avenue in Gurnee.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Gurnee Community Church is letting everyone know they have peace despite the rising floodwaters.
  Gurnee Community Church is letting everyone know they have peace despite the rising floodwaters.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Grand Avenue in Gurnee is closed Thursday due to floodwaters from the Des Plaines River.
  Grand Avenue in Gurnee is closed Thursday due to floodwaters from the Des Plaines River.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Gurnee Public Works crews and volunteers fill sandbags at the Warren Township High School's O'Plaine Campus Thursday.
  Gurnee Public Works crews and volunteers fill sandbags at the Warren Township High School's O'Plaine Campus Thursday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Sandbags are in place Thursday at the businesses along Old Grand Avenue in Gurnee. The Des Plaines River continues to rise causing flooding in the area.
  Sandbags are in place Thursday at the businesses along Old Grand Avenue in Gurnee. The Des Plaines River continues to rise causing flooding in the area.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Chris Walter of Mundelein disposes flooded items from his basement Thursday as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
  Chris Walter of Mundelein disposes flooded items from his basement Thursday as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
A tree was damaged outside Santa Maria del Popolo in Mundelein after Wednesday's storm.
  A tree was damaged outside Santa Maria del Popolo in Mundelein after Wednesday's storm.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Anthony White of Libertyville sorts through flooded items from his basement Thursday as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
  Anthony White of Libertyville sorts through flooded items from his basement Thursday as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Anthony White of Libertyville tries to dry out a rug as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
  Anthony White of Libertyville tries to dry out a rug as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Sandbags protect a home on East Glendale Road in Libertyville as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
  Sandbags protect a home on East Glendale Road in Libertyville as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Larry Stenzel helps his daughter Deborah Murphy of Libertyville clean up damaged items after Wednesday's flooding.
  Larry Stenzel helps his daughter Deborah Murphy of Libertyville clean up damaged items after Wednesday's flooding.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Riverside Park in Libertyville as begun to flood as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
  Riverside Park in Libertyville as begun to flood as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Chris Walter of Mundelein throws out flooded items from his basement as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
  Chris Walter of Mundelein throws out flooded items from his basement as people clean up from Wednesday's flooding.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
A van drives down still flooded section of Burdick Street in Libertyville Thursday.
  A van drives down still flooded section of Burdick Street in Libertyville Thursday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Libertyville residents help a neighbor clean up after Wednesday's flooding.
  Libertyville residents help a neighbor clean up after Wednesday's flooding.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Riverside Park in Libertyville floods Thursday as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
  Riverside Park in Libertyville floods Thursday as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Libertyville Public Works delivers sand bags around Oak Spring Road Thursday.
  Libertyville Public Works delivers sand bags around Oak Spring Road Thursday.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Riverside Park in Libertyville began to flood Thursday as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
  Riverside Park in Libertyville began to flood Thursday as the Des Plaines River rises after Wednesday's heavy rain.
Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer
Floodwaters cover the streets at the intersection of Lincolnshire and Oxford drives in Lincolnshire Thursday.
  Floodwaters cover the streets at the intersection of Lincolnshire and Oxford drives in Lincolnshire Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Floodwaters cover Lincolnshire Drive in Lincolnshire Thursday.
  Floodwaters cover Lincolnshire Drive in Lincolnshire Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Andrew Shrout and his son Jack, 11, ride their bikes to view the extent of flooding in their Lincolnshire neighborhood Thursday.
  Andrew Shrout and his son Jack, 11, ride their bikes to view the extent of flooding in their Lincolnshire neighborhood Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
In this view looking toward the Des Plaines River, flooding covers Wilshire Drive in Lincolnshire Thursday.
  In this view looking toward the Des Plaines River, flooding covers Wilshire Drive in Lincolnshire Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
The intersection of Oxford Drive and Essex Lane is flooded in Lincolnshire Thursday.
  The intersection of Oxford Drive and Essex Lane is flooded in Lincolnshire Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Flooding at the intersection of Wilshire and Cumberland drives in Lincolnshire Thursday.
  Flooding at the intersection of Wilshire and Cumberland drives in Lincolnshire Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Aerial view taken with a drone showing the extent of flooding in a Lincolnshire neighborhood east of the Des Plaines River Thursday.
  Aerial view taken with a drone showing the extent of flooding in a Lincolnshire neighborhood east of the Des Plaines River Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Aerial view taken with a drone showing the extent of flooding in a Lincolnshire neighborhood east of the Des Plaines River Thursday.
  Aerial view taken with a drone showing the extent of flooding in a Lincolnshire neighborhood east of the Des Plaines River Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Aerial view taken with a drone showing the extent of flooding in a Lincolnshire neighborhood east of the Des Plaines River Thursday.
  Aerial view taken with a drone showing the extent of flooding in a Lincolnshire neighborhood east of the Des Plaines River Thursday.
Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer
Tommy Serlick from Ingleside's Cub Scout Pack 179 fills sandbags Thursday at the Fox Lake Public Works facility.
  Tommy Serlick from Ingleside's Cub Scout Pack 179 fills sandbags Thursday at the Fox Lake Public Works facility.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Scouts and leaders and siblings from Ingleside's Cub Scout Pack 179 and employees of Fox Lake's Gordy's Marine fill sandbags Thursday afternoon at the Fox Lake Public Works facility.
  Scouts and leaders and siblings from Ingleside's Cub Scout Pack 179 and employees of Fox Lake's Gordy's Marine fill sandbags Thursday afternoon at the Fox Lake Public Works facility.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
Water is pumped from under the Warren Townhip High School football field Thursday morning in Gurnee.
  Water is pumped from under the Warren Townhip High School football field Thursday morning in Gurnee.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
A baseball field behind Warren Township High School's O'Plaine Campus is submerged by the rising Des Plaines River Thursday.
  A baseball field behind Warren Township High School's O'Plaine Campus is submerged by the rising Des Plaines River Thursday.
Paul Valade | Staff Photographer
A pickup truck passes through approximately 24 inches of water in this drone aerial view showing the extent of flooding at the Marriott Lincolnshire Thursday.
  A pickup truck passes through approximately 24 inches of water in this drone aerial view showing the extent of flooding at the Marriott Lincolnshire Thursday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Heavy flooding impacted Gurnee on Thursday.
  Heavy flooding impacted Gurnee on Thursday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
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