November 27, 2014

Medina
Flurries
31°F

PHOTOS: Monday’s storm has repercussions across Medina County

The Rocky River runs high above its banks through Liverpool Township Tuesday morning. The river runs beneath Ohio 303 in Valley City. The roadway was closed on Monday evening as waters ran across the road. Nearby Columbia Road and West River Road remained closed on Tuesday. (LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE)

The Rocky River runs high above its banks through Liverpool Township Tuesday morning. The river runs beneath Ohio 303 in Valley City. The roadway was closed on Monday evening as waters ran across the road. Nearby Columbia Road and West River Road remained closed on Tuesday. (LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE)

A section of Sharon Copley Road will need to be restructured and paved due to a culvert collapsing during the storm on Monday night. A Medina fire truck was put out of commision after the culvert collapsed. (ANDREW DAVIS / GAZETTE)

A section of Sharon Copley Road will need to be restructured and paved due to a culvert collapsing during the storm on Monday night. A Medina fire truck was put out of commision after the culvert collapsed. (ANDREW DAVIS / GAZETTE)

Monday evening's torrential rains swelled Champion Creek to overflowing near South Court Street and Mill Road, two blocks from Medina's Public Square. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Monday evening’s torrential rains swelled Champion Creek to overflowing near South Court Street and Mill Road, two blocks from Medina’s Public Square. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

At right, John Kolar, owner and chef of Tyme 2 restaurant in Medina, and staff member Cody Fascione work get rid of water that flooded the restaurant's first-floor pub, on West Smith Street, during Monday's evening's torrential downpour. Kolar said they had vacuumed up more than 130 gallons of water by about 10 p.m. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

At right, John Kolar, owner and chef of Tyme 2 restaurant in Medina, and staff member Cody Fascione work get rid of water that flooded the restaurant’s first-floor pub, on West Smith Street, during Monday’s evening’s torrential downpour. Kolar said they had vacuumed up more than 130 gallons of water by about 10 p.m. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Flood water from the overflowing Champion Creek forced the closing of West Smith Street, in downtown Medina, Monday evening. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Flood water from the overflowing Champion Creek forced the closing of West Smith Street, in downtown Medina, Monday evening. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)