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Heavy rain brings flooding problems to West Norfolk town and villages

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Emergency crews have been forced to help with flooding problems in several West Norfolk communities this afternoon.

Heavy rain has fallen in the area throughout the day, bringing problems for homeowners and businesses in many areas of the borough.

The Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said crews were called to Station Road, Heacham at around 3.20pm today to help with flooding there.

Road closed and flood sign due to heavy rain and floods. (50788579)
Road closed and flood sign due to heavy rain and floods. (50788579)

Reports on social media have suggested that water had to be pumped away from the car park of the village's doctors' surgery.

At around the same time, the service said an officer was despatched to the Searles Leisure complex in Hunstanton to give flooding advice.

Elsewhere, Terrington-based crews were called to help with flooding on Clenchwarton Road, West Lynn at around 2.55pm.

A few minutes earlier, Downham crews were despatched to Elm Road, Upper Marham.

A yellow Met Office weather warning for heavy rain remains in place until 9pm this evening, though current forecasts suggest the worst of the weather is now clearing the area.

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