Mayor Bill De Blasio toured a Queens business that was devastated by flooding when the remnants of Hurricane Ida tore through the city last week — leaving 12 people dead in the raging waters.
De Blasio visited La Adelita of Woodside on Roosevelt Ave. Sunday afternoon, which was ravaged by the deluge causing thousands of dollars in damages to the business, which does not have flood insurance.
Cynthia Iglesias, 30, owns the Mexican eatery with her mother Maria, which opened in 2020.
She described the horror as she saw her business nearly drown as water began to fill up the restaurant’s basement, where the kitchen is located and was in full operation at the time.
The overflow of water caused the sewage pipes to burst, filling up the kitchen in waste up to the staffs’ knees for two hours.
“I was wet and trembling,” Iglesias told The Post Saturday. “It was coming from the drains. The strength was so…