Live: Flash flooding guts property and causes…

Live: Flash flooding guts property and causes traffic disruption across Hull and East Yorkshire
2019-10-28 09:55:00
Video LoadingVideo UnavailableTrains have been cancelled and businesses have been forced to close after flash flooding across Hull and East Yorkshire. It comes after the Environment Agency issued flood alerts for parts of Hull and East Yorkshire after heavy rain on Friday and Saturday. Businesses across oru region have been forced to close as water flooded in and residents in east Hull have put flood defences out to protect their homes. Trains between Doncaster and Hull have also been cancelled due to flooding on the train lines. On Sunday, October 27, the Environment Agency said there are flood alerts in place across the area and said that “flooding is possible” particularly on low lying land, roads and footpaths and warned people to “be prepared.” :: Follow live updates from across the region in the live blog below. Our daily newsletter – To get the latest headlines direct to your email inbox every day, click here. Download our app –  You can download our free app for iPhone and iPad from Apple’s App Store, or get the Android version from Google Play. Follow Hull Live on Facebook – Like our Facebook page to get the latest news in your feed and join in the lively discussions in the comments. Click here to give it a like! Follow us on Twitter – For breaking news and the latest stories, click here to follow Hull Live on Twitter.  Follow us on Instagram – On the Hull Live Instagram page we share gorgeous pictures of our stunning city – and if you tag us in your posts, we could repost your picture on our page! We also put the latest news in our Instagram Stories. Click here to follow Hull Live on Instagram.11:31Greatfield Estate floodingA number of houses were affected by the flooding on Bexhill Avenue.11:28Flooding at Country Golf in East Carr RoadFlooding at Country Golf in East Carr Road (Image: Peter Harbour)Flooding at Country Golf in East Carr Road (Image: Peter Harbour)11:27Flooding at Country Golf ClubFlooding at Country Golf in East Carr Road (Image: Peter Harbour)Flooding at Country Golf in East Carr Road (Image: Peter Harbour)Flooding at Country Golf in East Carr Road (Image: Peter Harbour)11:08Watch: County Golf club on East Carr Road has been flooded10:57County Golf club on East Carr Road has been floodedOur reporter there says she cannot even get to the Driving Range.Country Golf on East Carr RoadCounty Glof club on East Carr Road has been flooded10:54Hull City Council are pumping the surface water away on Bexhill AvenueHull City Council are pumping the surface water away on Bexhill AvenueFlooding in Bexhill Avenue 10:51Flooding in Bexhill AvenueFlooding in Bexhill Avenue Flooding in Bexhill Avenue 10:49Flooding in Bexhill AvenueFlooding in Bexhill Avenue Flooding in Bexhill Avenue 10:42Watch: Resident films dramatic scenes in Bexhill Avenue after flooding10:21Flooding in Bexhill Avenue last nightFlooding in Bexhill Avenue last night10:19Watch: What to do in a flood10:17Beverley tip closed due to floodingA spokesman for East Riding Council said: “Beverley’s household waste recycling site at Weel remains closed today because of flooding on site over the weekend.“Apologies for the inconvenience. The nearest recycling sites are Humberfield, Driffield or Hornsea.”10:15Flooding between Doncaster and Hull has forced some train services to terminateTravel information:Flooding #KirkSandall – Over the weekend lines remained blocked as a result of on-going flooding at Kirk Sandall.Replacement road transport was in operation between Gilberdyke and Doncaster in both directions. We apologise for any inconvenience this caused. pic.twitter.com/MNAkdzICy3— Northern (@northernassist) October 28, 2019 10:14Defences on Bexhill AvenueDefences on Bexhill Avenue10:13Flood alerts in placeThere are flood alerts in place for four areas around Hull and East Yorkshire.These are: Burstwick and Keyingham DrainsHolderness DrainHumber TributariesRiver Hull Central catchmentThe Environment Agency says they are in place due to “high river levels and tidal influence.”Their website says: “There remains a risk of flooding to low lying land and roads overnight and into Monday morning. No further significant rain is forecast. We are closely monitoring the situation. Our incident response staff are checking defences. Please avoid using low lying footpaths near local watercourses.”Flood alerts across Hull and East Yorkshire10:04Country Golf in Hull surrounded by water

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