User pictures show the River Rom at high levels following rain

11:45 30 November 2012

iWitness24 picture by Chris Mathieson.

iWitness24 picture by Chris Mathieson.

These pictures taken by iWitness24 user Chris Mathieson show the River Rom in Collier Row reaching higher-than-usual levels during the heavy rain earlier this week.

iWitness24 picture by Chris Mathieson.iWitness24 picture by Chris Mathieson.

Fortunately Havering mostly escaped the flooding seen elsewhere in the country.

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