Flooding drives residents from Glendale apartments

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(Source: Karla Navarrete, 3TV/CBS 5) (Source: Karla Navarrete, 3TV/CBS 5)
(Source: Karla Navarrete, 3TV/CBS 5) (Source: Karla Navarrete, 3TV/CBS 5)

Flooding sparked by rain Saturday night and Sunday morning forced dozens of people out of their homes at a Glendale condo complex.

It was about 3 a.m. Sunday when the Arizona chapter of the American Red Cross got a call from the Glendale Fire Department regarding "widespread flooding" at the Glen Condos at Maryland and 63rd avenues.

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According to Red Cross spokesman Colin Williams, about 25 people from eight units are displaced. Those units are split-level.

"So, they're essentially below grade; you have to take some stairs to access that," Williams explained. "There's just a lot of standing water in those patio areas so the entire units are flooded."

A second apartment complex not far away is dealing with a flooded parking lot.

There also was some serious street flooding in the area of 70th and Glendale avenues.

"When Mother Nature does her thing, it's just a classic recipe for disaster," Williams said.

Some areas of Glendale got just over 2 inches of rain in just a couple of hours.

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No injuries were reported at either location.

The Red Cross is assisting the affected residents with their immediate needs.

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