|Keating Channel / Don River Flood Inquiry Report (by a great mentor F. Ivan Lorant)|
|Example historical flooding in vicinity of stranded GO Train during July 8, 2013 flood (report Table 1).|
|Train operation was halted or detoured during previous Don River floods.|
The recent Environment Commissioner of Ontario press release for Feeling the Heat: Greenhouse Gas Progress Report 2015 correlates "commuter rail line" damages to climate change:
"The report notes that extreme weather associated with climate change has already damaged the province’s infrastructure; for example, intense storms and flash floods in recent years have caused costly damage to provincial roadways and commuter rail lines."
Update: Analysis by CityFloodMap.com has revealed that more severe flooding of the Metrolinx rail line occurred less than 6 weeks before the stranded GO Train incident:
May 29, 2013 Flood Deeper Than July 8, 2013 - Luckily Misses Trains