Parents ask city to fix P.S. 139 flooding

A few successive days of rain led to major flooding in front of P.S. 139 in Ditmas Park, according to parents at the school.

A few successive days of rain led to major flooding in front of P.S. 139 in Ditmas Park, according to parents at the school. (6/2/15)

BROOKLYN - A few successive days of rain led to major flooding in front of P.S. 139 in Ditmas Park, according to parents at the school.

Large puddles form at the school's entrance every time it rains, according to the parents.

They say they've reported the problem to 311 many times over the last several years, but nothing's been done to correct it.

The Department of Environmental Protection says it's looking into the issue.

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