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Burger King Employees Rescued By Boat After Being Stranded In Flooded Restaurant

Some crazy rain hit Brooklyn, Ohio this past Wednesday, to the point where they had to conduct rescue missions, according to Fox8 Cleveland.

With streets and businesses flooded, rescue crews had to deploy boats in order to save employees from a badly flooded Burger King. The fast food restaurant was so deep in water that they could not even open the front door to attempt an escape.

Employees in the Burger King said they were scared for their lives as the water kept rising, to the point of waist-deep. However, the rescue teams showed up just in time to get them out of there.

Thankfully there were no injuries reported during the flooding, but there were seven cars in the area, headlight-deep in rain water, stuck and unable to move.

There were no reports of how many Whoppers were lost in the flooding, though, but you have to imagine that not many made it out.

By Isai Rocha

Isai is the self-proclaimed Kanye West of burrito eating. He has a hard time trusting vegans, ranch dressing and especially vegan ranch dressing.