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A rain-swollen Little Cuyahoga River roils against the Stuber Street bridge north of East North Street on Thursdayin Akron. The water is normally several feet below the span. (Michael Chritton/Akron Beacon Journal)
Crumbled pavement remains after floodwaters caused a sewer to swell at Furnace and North Summit streets on Thursday in Akron. (Michael Chritton/Akron Beacon Journal)
The rear foundation wall of a home at 812 Valdes Ave. is missing in the wake of heavy rains which swept through the area on Thursday. (Michael Chritton/Akron Beacon Journal)
A car drives past an open manhole on East North Street where floodwaters popped off the manhole cover on Thursday in Akron. The photographer replaced the manhole cover after the car passed. (Michael Chritton/Akron Beacon Journal)
Tom Ganley, who built what grew into a 36-dealership car business based in Northeast Ohio, ran for U.S. Senate and Congress and took on Cleveland organized crime, died Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic. He was 73.