Video: Flooded Bradley villagers on guard as more rain forecast
RESIDENTS in Bradley village are keeping a close eye on rising flood water, as rain is forecast to continue across North East Lincolnshire.
A dozen homes have been left isolated in the village since Thursday night, as flooding has submerged part of the road on Church Lane making it impassable.
Crews from Humberside Fire and Rescue were on the scene yesterday, to pump away excess water into nearby fields but to no avail as the rain kept on coming.
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Today a North East Lincolnshire tanker has flushed out drains on the road which residents say has taken some of the water away.
However with the Met Office forecasting tonight to be cloudy with outbreaks of rain across Yorkshire and Humber, villagers are still on guard.
Amy Greensmith, of Church Lane, said: "I cannot park my car in front of my house so I have been staying at my sister's in Grimsby.
"The flooding is bad but luckily all the drives along this road are on a slant so our homes are higher up and not affected.
"There are elderly people on this road who are cut off because of the flood.
"I just hope the rain stops soon as no matter how hard the council or fire crews flush water away, the road will just continue to flood."
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