Ottawa·By the numbers

The 2019 floods, by the numbers

Severe spring flooding is turning streets into rivers in the Ottawa-Gatineau area as record-breaking water levels continue to rise. Here's where things stand Tuesday, by the numbers.

Here's where things stand in Ottawa-Gatineau as water levels begin to peak

Residents take stock along the Ottawa River in Britannia on Monday, April 29, 2019. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

Severe spring flooding is turning streets into rivers in the Ottawa-Gatineau area as record-breaking water levels continue to rise. 

Levels are expected to peak Wednesday or Thursday as hundreds of volunteers and military personal prepare race to stem the tide.

Here's where things stand on Tuesday, by the numbers.

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