Flooding lingers in Lindenhurst days after storm

Flooding issues are lingering in some places following last week's storm.

In video taken last night, you can see water continues to cover Walnut Place and Spruce Place at Granada Parkway in Lindenhurst.

In video taken last night, you can see water continues to cover Walnut Place and Spruce Place at Granada Parkway in Lindenhurst. (10/8/15)

LINDENHURST - Flooding issues are lingering in some places following last week's storm.

In video taken last night, water continues to cover Walnut Place and Spruce Place at Granada Parkway in Lindenhurst. 

Residents who live nearby tell News 12 Long Island that they are frustrated that their complaints to the town of Babylon are going unheard.

Town of Babylon officials say they've been diligent about handling flooding problems in that area, and another crew was headed to the location today. 

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