FILER, Idaho -- The storm that rolled through southern Idaho Thursday caused a lot of problems for at least one business in Filer.
About and hour before closing, Leapin' Lillies Day Care was flooded. There was so much rain that owner Amanda Bohr says the water came in both her back and front door like a wave.
"When I lived in Georgia we had a tornado and that's about the only thing I can even put it close to. It was like a tornado with the hail and the rain and everything just pouring into the day care," said Bohr.
When the storm passed, there was nearly six feet of water left in the basement.
The day care, which has upwards of 35 kids, has moved to the Nazarene church down the road until the owner can figure out what to do next, since she didn't have any flood insurance.