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Flooding causes problems for motorists in Upminster

11:45 05 November 2012

This car appeared to be stuck in a flooded country lane in Upminster on Sunday. Picture: ChrisMU19

This car appeared to be stuck in a flooded country lane in Upminster on Sunday. Picture: ChrisMU19

Archant

The heavy rain hit Havering on Saturday night and Sunday morning causing localised floods.

In Upminster, this car got stuck in a country lane and police closed the road off to other motorists.

Did you experience any flooding problems?

Call the newsdesk on 020 8477 3796 or email ian.weinfass@archant.co.uk.

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