Photos of flooding in the Baltimore area on April 30, 2014.
Jarrettsville flooding (Courtesy of ABC2 viewer Susan Lepito)
Gretchen LeGrand works in an office on the other side of 26th Street. She posted the above photo of a massive sinkhole on her Twitter account @GretchenLeGrand STORY: http://bit.ly/1kuDJUP
This car is teetering right on the edge of the sinkhole. A few others are teetering the same way.
Diane Shaw works across the street from where cars began slipping into a massive sinkhole in Baltimore on Wednesday, April 30.
Flood waters push up a manhole cover in the Jones Falls area. (Brian Kuebler/ABC2)
Witnesses say a woman had to be rescued after driving through this flooded area of Hammonds Ferry Road, just south of I-695 near Snyder's Willow Grove Restaurant.
The photos are of Ashland Road in Baltimore County, near where it becomes Paper Mill Road. (Courtesy of Dave McHugh)
Flood waters uprooted some trees in Howard County. Photo courtesy of @eastcoastphotog (on Twitter).
This photo was taken in a Howard County backyard... Flood waters brought in the fish. Photo is courtesy of @eastcoastphotog (Twitter handle).
Flooding in the Mt. Washington area of Baltimore. (Tony Marsala/ABC2)
Heavy rains led to flooding conditions along Belair Road and Rossville Blvd. in Rosedale. (Courtesy of Lori Snyder)
Flooding in Columbia - Route 29 South
Photo courtesy of ABC2 viewer Gwen Watson
Furnace Road was closed under the MARC train tracks in the Linthicum Heights area due to flooding. (Christian Schaffer/ABC2)
Ellicott City flooding (Courtesy Vanessa Lichliter)
A large tree fell in Owings Mills, nearly missing a house and deck.