Krystal Krejcik and some of her neighbors fill sand bags with water from the Salt Creek rising to cover parts of Forest Avenue in Brookfield Thursday.
A driveway on Forest Avenue in Brookfield became part of the Salt Creek after hard rains Thursday.
Zilvinas Kunickas surveys flooded Forest Avenue in Brookfield as sump pumps worked to get water out of his basement.
A pump works hard to flush water out of a basement on Forest Avenue in Brookfield.
Thomas Stuart moves some of his belongings to his car on higher grounds as he escapes flooding on Prairie Avenue near Washington in Brookfield.
Flood water on Prairie Avenue from the swollen Salt Creek in Brookfield make its way up a stop sign.
Dayoceay Chavez carries his wife Maria to high ground on Gladstone Avenue in Riverside Lawn.
Tom Boyce makes his way down flooded Gladstone Avenue with groceries in his backpack. He has lived on the Riverside Lawn street for 34 years and said the block has endured five bad floods in that time.
A canoe rests on the edge of flood waters on Gladstone Avenue in Riverside Lawn.
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