You are not permitted to download, save or email this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image.By Illustrations News 0 Comments Aerial view of South Dunedin: Queen's High School (left) with a flooded Tonga Park behind and King's High School. Bradshaw St and Donaghy's rope works. Hargest Cres with Forbury Park (right). Hargest Cres (running top left to right) meets Albert St (right). Hargest Cres with Forbury Park at right. Hargest Cres (foreground), Queen's High School (rear left) with a flooded Tonga Park behind and King's High School. Looking along Surrey St. At left rear, Bathgate Park lives up to its name; Tonga Park is deep underwater at rear right. Looking along Surrey St. Downer crew assist a motorist to recover a car from flood waters under the Burnside overbridge. Hillside Rd near Pak 'n' Save. George Pedofskky outside Pak 'n' Save. Broughton St. McKeown Chemicals phoned 111 to have Broughton St made impassible. Vans were parked at either end to stop the traffic, as it was pushing water into the shop. DCC Civil Defence Manager Neil Brown, DCC Roading Maintainence Manager Peter Standring and Inspector Mel Aitken give a media briefing. Staff in the Civil Defence bunker in Moray Pl. Frasers Creek floods across Dalziel Rd near Brockville. Frasers Creek floods across Dalziel Rd near Brockville. Richardson St. Gusher at Albert St, St Clair. A woman runs through flooding towards East Taieri School. East Taieri School teacher Petrer Thorn. East Taieri School. Eastbourne_flooding_0306201.jpg Westpac worker Rebecca Ryan wades home along McBride street after water threatened to affect electrical systems at the bank. Water pours down a Forbury Rd driveway. Flooding and sandbags on Gordon Rd, Mosgiel. Flooding at the Leith, and kayakers making the most of it. A Nelson St resident heads to check flooding at his property. Darcel, Chantelle and Felix Pese evacuate their Nicholson St house as floodwaters rise. Cars negotiate flooding at the bottom of Three Mile Hill. A Green Island resident cleans a drain. Vehicles on the Southern Motorway diverted at Abbotsford. Allen St. Firefighters set up a pump in a flooded basement, Crawford St. Macandrew Rd residents Eric Nabalagi and Talai Mapusua (rear) were quitting their South Dunedin home for higher ground as flooding lapped at their doorstep last night. Kinmont Cres residents Michelle Bone, son Tyson and husband Paul were among those hunkering down in near-darkness last night, after flooding forced power to be cut in the area. Clutha-Taieri area response manager Senior Sergeant Al Dickie explains the joint operation monitoring the response to widespread flooding in Mosgiel last night. Adam Pearce and Josh Hastie used a small fibreglass dinghy to evacuate about 10 elderly residents from flooded homes in low-lying parts of Kinmont Cres, near Mosgiel, yesterday. Marty Duffy with cat Honky. Pauline Osborne runs barefooted through the flood waters in Grove St, St Kilda. Two cars off the road after part of Highcliff Road collapsed between Camp Road and Sandy Point Road. Scenes from yesterdays flooding around Dunedin. Photos by Otago Daily Times photographers; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz. Comment now Related Stories People: Floral show People: Art awards People: Festival launch People: Ford car run Henry Ford Celebration Car Run People: Opening night of 'Grease' People: Book launch of 'The Snow Farmer' People: Bannockburn Wine Map Launch People: Winter Ball People: Otago Medical Research Foundation lunch People: Duncan Laing biography book launch People: Otago School of Medical Sciences photographic competition More Add a Comment Login or register to post comments.