CHICAGO (WHAS11) -- Chicago residents are dealing with heavy flooding Friday afternoon, April 19.
A state of emergency has been declared in the suburb of Lyle where seven inches of rain fell overnight. One man had to be rescued when his truck became stranded in the floodwaters.
And residents of one apartment complex were evacuated because of the rising water.
"We have an indoor parking garage and every single car, completely flooded,"
area resident William Martin said.
Firefighters went door-to-door checking to see if anyone was trapped inside their homes.
No injuries have been reported.