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It's summer so we get tons of rain storms...IDK, given the fact that this is the first instance of this, I'd say that SW will probably just ensure the drainage isn't blocked and keep it from happening again. This would certainly be covered by comprehensive insurance.
"While some parkgoers understand SeaWorld can't control the rain, they'd like to know who is going to foot the bill for some of the damages the rain caused to their vehicles."

That is what comprehensive insurance is for.

5 pluss inches in under an hour there likely was little the park could do. That much rain in that short of a time overwhelms drainage systems. Heck just look at the DC area Monday for another example of this.
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