High water caused at least one crash on Interstate 90 on Cleveland's west side Friday afternoon.
Lakewood police responded to a crash in the westbound lanes of the highway around 2 p.m.
Rocky River police handled two eastbound crashes and assisted Lakewood police with the westbound crash.
Rocky River police said at least one of the crashes was caused by high water after a line of rain went through the area.
newsnet5.com reported last June, and then again this May, that flooding in the area was causing problems for drivers.
ODOT has offered a variety of reasons for the flooding in the past, including calcium deposits and trash blocking the drains.