Workers and machinery remove part of fallen tree in Eagle Rock Dog park

Workers remove part of a fallen tree in the flooded Eagle Rock Dog Park.

Eagle Rock -- The Eagle Rock Dog Park is a mess this week after a large tree fell across the grounds, which were flooded after recent rains.

The park in the approximately 21-acre Eagle Rock Recreation Center off Figueroa Street near the 134 Freeway has been closed, according to one reader. There's no word if anyone was injured.

A flooded circular playground at the Eagle Rock Recreation Center

A flooded playground at the Eagle Rock Recreation Center. 

Fallen tree at the Eagle Rock Dog Park

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