Flooding in Terrace Vaudreuil, QC.

The cities of Montreal and Laval are each under a state of emergency and rising water levels continue to wreak havoc over parts of Quebec—it’s only going to get worse.

Environment Canada is calling for more rain every single day this week.

The City of Montreal is asking residents not to move their cars from their properties if they are surrounded by water.

Residents who need to leave their homes are advised to bring pieces of identity and an emergency kit with all the basic items needed for 72 hours, including water, food, clothes, keys, money, as well as your phone and its charger.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-montreal-flooding-1.4097092

Flooding in Terrace Vaudreuil, QC.

Flooding in Terrace Vaudreuil, QC.

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Posted by Global News on Sunday, May 7, 2017