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The Emergency Room at Surrey Memorial Hospital remains closed after yesterday's flooding incident.
Cleanup crews and water damage specialists continue to try get the E-R back into working shape.
You can hear the roar of heavy-duty fans as they try and dry the E-R out.
Beside the entrance there's a huge pile of black garbabe bags filled with flood-damaged material.
Ambulances are staged outside the hospital along 96th Avenue to help in case someone with an emergency medical condition shows up.
Yesterday a broken water main caused flooding after a torrent of water punched through a wall in the hospital.