- Some of the photos shared online were spectacular, including this image of what could still be seen of the 10th Street Bridge.
- And this one of the city's East Village, covered in water.
- And this view from Scotsman's Hill.
- And this aerial shot of the Calgary Zoo.
- There were many words of thanks being shared.
- And even photos of the emergency workers in action.
- Others tried to help in their own way. This Twitter user found a dog, and posted the image in hopes of reuniting the pup with its owner.
- Helping others was on the minds of many.
- — Mackenzie Chu (@mackenzietree)Fri, Jun 21 2013 23:32:40
- — Jennifer Aubin (@OrgYourPeople)Fri, Jun 21 2013 17:18:29
- Others were thinking ahead to the inevitable aftermath.
- — Brian F. Singh (@BFSingh)Fri, Jun 21 2013 11:10:31POST-FLOOD CLEAN UP: Once safe, hard work of cleaning up property & debris begins. Sign up https://www.facebook.com/events/548675025188171/ …67yycfloodflyychelpshelps
- But even in the wake of tragedy, there was humour to be found online. Some of it sweet ...
A flood of stories on Twitter
While the Calgary Police used Twitter to share emergency tips during the flood - prompting a temporary shutdown of service - people from throughout the city were using the social networking service to share their photos, stories, well wishes and even the odd joke. Here is sampling:
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