The Wauwatosa Fire Department responded to about 20 calls related to storms - from basment flooding to fire alarms going off - as of 11:30 p.m., said Deputy Chief James Case.
There have been no injuries.
The new Fire Station No. 1 on Underwood Avenue, which had experienced flooding last week has remained dry through this storm. Sandbags had ben placed on the property for protection.
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