La Verne residents battle heavy rain storm

A blue Tesla hits a flooded section of roadway Tuesday on First Street in La Verne. A large rainstorm swept across Southern California this week. First Street was one of numerous streets in La Verne with substantial flooding throughout this storm. The University was closed Monday and Tuesday and resumed operations on Wednesday. According to the National Weather Service La Verne received 9.5 inches of rain. / photo by Chris Rogers
A blue Tesla hits a flooded section of roadway Tuesday on First Street in La Verne. A large rainstorm swept across Southern California this week. First Street was one of numerous streets in La Verne with substantial flooding throughout this storm. The University was closed Monday and Tuesday and resumed operations on Wednesday. According to the National Weather Service La Verne received 9.5 inches of rain. / photo by Chris Rogers
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Chris Rogers is a junior photography major with a minor in art history. He is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and chief photographer of La Verne Magazine. He is also a freelance photographer and movie stills photographer. He discovered his love for photography at a young age as he and his family traveled the world in their goal to reach all seven continents. They were fortunate to reach their seventh continent in the winter of 2019. He have a deep love for photography and loves being able to tell an entire story through one still image at a time. His work can be found at ChrisRogersPhotography.com.

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