Here and Now Toronto | Jul 11, 2013 | 6:49

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What damage did the water from Monday's floods could have do to parked cars and what will it take to get to fix them? Mary Ito spoke to Mark Sach-Anderson, a mechanic at Wrench Spinner.

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