Photos: Torrential rain floods Lake Minnetonka; homes in peril

Minnehaha Creek flooding
Carolan Carr steps over a sandbag wall behind her house in St. Louis Park, Minn. Monday, June 2, 2014. Carr said the flooded Minnehaha Creek in her backyard is as high as she has ever seen it during her 13 years in her home.
Jeffrey Thompson / MPR News

Lake Minnetonka is at its highest level since officials started keeping records in 1906 -- and people who live next to Minnehaha Creek are eyeing the water nervously as more rain threatens to flood homes along the waterway.

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