Heavy downpours Jan. 10-11, 2014 caused flooding on several roads in South Florida.
Our own Johann Hoffend submitted this photo where the retention wall has collapsed into the intracoastal waterway in the Hypoluxo Point neighborhood due to heavy flooding.
Flooded car in Delray Beach on Jan. 10, 2014.
White City flooding
Courtesy: Samantha Bergeron The oasis. On Atlantic between military and jog
Floral Lakes in Delray Beach this morning.
Polly Boone writes: "Meadows on the green. A neighborhood, off hypoluxo rd & congress ave .. Friday early morning... There was no entrance or exit out of my neighborhood..people couldn't leave for work or other necessary duties."
Sandlewood and Congress in Boynton Beach.
Martin Finkelstein sent in this photo of Coco Wood Lakes in Delray Beach.
Hypoluxo off finger canal. Courtesy: @fast1989pony
Flooding in Delray Beach on Jan. 1, 2014 near Via Floria and Atlanta Avenue.
A portion of Indian river drive washed out. Photo courtesy of Will Greenlee, Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers
Kedra Staten sent in this shot near I-95 and Hypoluxo Blvd.
Amanda Allon gives us different views of Delray Beach and the message "Drive safe everyone! :("
Flooding in St. Lucie Village
Treasure Coast flooding
Near Indian River State College in Fort Pierce. COURTESY: Tremayne Truck Sirmons
YouReporter dthoresen says this is from IRCC flooding.
Lizette Magana said this was taken outside her office in Port St. Lucie
Courtesy: Jennifer M. Trefelner
Courtesy: Dylan Murray: This is may backyard. Little deeper and I can drop it off and take a cruise.
Courtesy: Andrew Lewis: My street is flooded in Port St Lucie
Barbara Guettler took this photo of the flooding Jan. 9 near Lincoln Park Academy in Fort Pierce.
Angel Wardlow LeJeune posted this on Facebook from her office in Fort Pierce.
Dylan Murray says: This is my driveway. I have a 8 inch lift and 37 inch tires on my truck. That should indicate how deep it is getting.
Picture from Dylan Murray taken at Beach Ct. & Florida Ave Ft. Pierce.