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Otters go for leisurely swim on flooded Burnaby street during Metro Vancouver rainstorm

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WATCH: Rains were so heavy during Thursday's storm that two otters were spotted going for a swim on Still Creek Drive in Burnaby.

As commuters slogged through an ugly rainstorm on Thursday morning, two otters found time to go for a leisurely swim on a flooded Burnaby road.

Torrential rainfall flooded Still Creek Drive in the morning, leaving some vehicles — including an RCMP cruiser — stuck in the water.

A Global BC cameraman helped one vehicle out of the water.

Two otters, on the other hand, enjoyed the water, bobbing and floating along Still Creek Drive.

A rainfall warning is in effect for much of Metro Vancouver.

WATCH: Metro Vancouver deals with deluge of heavy rain

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Metro Vancouver deals with deluge of heavy rain

Forecasters are predicting between 70 and 90 millimetres of rain to fall across parts of Metro Vancouver.

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Otters have been in the headlines as of late. A hungry river otter gained international attention after feasting on koi in Vancouver’s Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden.

WATCH: Globalnews.ca coverage of koi vs. otter