EbeneInfo – GB – Major problems on the A127 after heavy rain are causing severe flooding

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Heavy overnight rain has caused severe flooding on the A127 and other roads in Essex, creating major problems for drivers this morning

Almost an inch of rain has fallen over the county in the past 12 hours, according to the Essex Weather Forecasting Center

The A127 is facing a number of problems – the Fairglen Interchange near Wickford is badly affected

Watery Lane in Hullbridge has been closed with a number of vehicles that are reported to have gotten stuck in the flood

There are now also problems at various points on the M25, A12 and A13

The Essex Weather Forecasting Center tweeted, « In the past 12 hours, much of Essex has fallen nearly an inch of rain and surface water is widespread

« Please be careful if you are out on important trips this morning »  »

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EbeneInfo – GB – Major problems on A127 after heavy rain cause severe flooding

Source: https://www.echo-news.co.uk/news/19011064.flooding-across-essex-a127-m25-a12-a13-affected/

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