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Sylvain Goyette and Trinh Hoac of Montreal walked through heavy rains in the Public Garden.
Evan Arvedon of Foxborough opened the door to his car, which was able to start despite the rising waters.
Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
A man ran through puddles near the Boston Common.
John Tlumacki/Globe Staff
On Day Boulevard in South Boston, a woman and three children ran through the drops.
Shortly after this SUV passed through a section of Columbia Road at Hamilton Street in Dorchester, the street was shut down.
A van drove past a Boston Duck Tours vehicle.
Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff
The downpour caused street flooding at Truman Parkway and Wakefield Avenue in Hyde Park.
Some puddles vanished quickly — it took about 10 minutes for this Truman Parkway drain to go from whirlpool to trickle.
Department of Conservation and Recreation heavy-equipment operator Chris Ryan used quick shovel work to clean buildup from drains.
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