Warning for drivers after flood rescues
DRIVERS in Essex have been urged to take care when driving along flooded roads.The warning comes after fire crews had to rescue a total of 11 people from vehicles stranded in flood water in the Ingatestone area of the county today.
DRIVERS in Essex have been urged to take care when driving along flooded roads.
The warning comes after fire crews had to rescue a total of 11 people from vehicles stranded in flood water in the Ingatestone area of the county today.
A spokesman for Essex Fire Service said: “Motorists should take care when driving on flooded roads and should take notice if a road has been closed.
“If you approach a flooded road and can not see the surface then do not attempt to drive into it.
You may also want to watch:
“Serious damage can be done to your vehicle and it also puts your safety at risk.”
- 2 Ipswich Town's 2021/22 League One fixtures revealed as Blues start at home
- 3 Six senior players - including Downes - will start pre-season with Under-23s
- 4 Ipswich home transformed on BBC's Homes Under the Hammer
- 5 Man arrested after more than 80 vehicles checked on day of action
- 6 Sam Smith spotted in Suffolk - and could be recording a new album
- 7 Police unlock county lines drug dealer's phone with first guess at password
- 8 A12 reopens after three-vehicle crash
- 9 Country inn acquired from Jamie Oliver's parents reopens following facelift
- 10 Tattoo studio owner fined after refusing to close in lockdown