Tropical Storm Eta Through the Lens of NBC 6 Viewers

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Bobby Hansen
Flood waters caused my Eta are seen rising up the front steps of restaurant on Fort Lauderdale Beach.
Matthew Wegrzynowicz
A car is seen driving through high flood waters on a street in Fort Lauderdale.
James Caruso
A lake overflowed into the backyards of homes in a Sunrise neighborhood from heavy downpours from Eta.
Mark Scharphorn
The Middle River in Oakland Park overtook a dock as Eta dumped heavy rain in the area.
Christina Martin
A Pompano Beach resident says she was surprised when flood waters pushed a baby catfish up to her front door -- especially when there were no nearby bodies of water.
High flood waters are seen in a West Davie neighborhood.
Ellen Goldberg
A street in a Miami Beach neighborhood was left flooded after Tropical Storm Eta poured inches of rain in the area.
A boat is seen halfway submerged in water in South Lake in Hollywood as Tropical Storm Eta drenched South Florida.
Bobby Hansen
Heavy rainfall is seen beating down on a parking lot in Fort Lauderdale as Tropical Storm Eta moved toward the Gulf of Mexico.
Linda Alexander
Three men are seen assessing possible damage after a palm tree fell in the middle of a roadway in Coral Springs.
K. Gomez
A bird’s eye view from Sunny Isles Beach during Tropical Storm Eta.
Lee C.
Flooding is seen on the 7500 block of McKinley street in Hollywood as Eta moved through the area.
Donna Campbell
A Hollywood neighborhood between Taft and Sheridan Street is experiencing flooding Monday morning after Eta.
Scott Gombar
A Weston neighborhood was left flooded after Tropical Storm Eta dropped inches of rain in the area.
Lorraine ONeil
A sidewalk is seen underway in the area of Federal Highway and SE 6th Street.
Karen Kinchen
A mobile park community in Davie is flooded in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Eta.
Thad Caraway
Residents in a West Pembroke Pines neighborhood woke up to flooding Monday morning after Tropical Storm Eta.
Who says you can't have fun during floods? Not this 9-year-old boy seen relaxing in flood waters in his Pompano Beach in his pink inflatable chair.
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