Person pulled from car as rain lashes region
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
A person has been pulled from their car after being stuck in floodwater as heavy rain hit parts of the region.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue was called to the scene in Wells Road, North Creake, around 5pm on September 19.
A crew from Fakenham manually assisted the person out of the car.
Another accident occurred in the B1145, near Gayton, where a white Suzuki Swift and a grey Ford Fiesta collided.
No one was injured.
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Police at the scene confirmed the road was partially flooded.
Norfolk Fire and Rescue has been called to areas of Thetford and Weeting to advise people on flooding.
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A fire crew called to Weeting also used a light portable pump to remove water.
The flood water comes after parts of Norfolk were predicted heavy rain and risks of flooding, by Weatherquest.