CHICAGO (CBS)– Overnight flooding caused slick driving conditions for drivers Thursday morning.
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On the Stevenson Expressway, cars stalled in water with hazards on as drivers slowly move through the flooded roadway. Dozens of crashes have been reported.READ MORE: Mexican Independence Day Celebrations Could Bring More Gridlock Downtown: 'The City's Got Some Work To Do To'
CBS 2’s Lou Kleinberg was on the scene, driving through the standing water. Traffic delays can be expected.
In Summit, Illinois, a car became submerged in water in Summit, Illinois due to flooding caused by the overnight rain.
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