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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.

To share your pictures with the Recorder visit london.iwitness24.co.uk and follow the instructions on screen.

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