Flooding affects homes and services throughout South Lincolnshire
The evening's torrential rainfall has been taking its toll around the district.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue says it has been experiencing a high number of calls due to the relentless rain. Earlier today, Lincs County Council Tweeted: "Crews are very busy and unlikely to be able to attend flooding-related incidents unless there is water inside a property. Please only call if you require immediate assistance."
Lincolnshire Police reported a number of disruptions on the county's roads due to the rain. These included:
Malting Lane, Donington, Spalding – road badly flooded
Freiston Road, Boston – road badly flooded
Edinburgh Walk, Holbeach – road closed at Fleet Street, and road badly flooded at Park Lane
Milestone Road, Bourne – road badly flooded at A15, Thurlby, near and on the A15/A151 roundabout
Lenton Way, Frampton – big tree obstructing the road
West Street, Boston – road badly flooded
Wigtoft Road, Sutterton – road badly flooded
A52, Bicker Road, Donington – tree blocking road one mile from Donington
According to the Environment Agency, the river level at Surfleet Sluice where the reservoir has been prone to flooding, was 0.87 metres at 2.45am. There is a risk of flooding when it reaches 0.90m.
At Pilgrim Hospital in Boston, firefighters from Grantham were assisting crews from Boston, to help remove flood water from the boiler room.
And Spalding's council-run Vista car park was looking particularly waterlogged.
Another resident sent in this photo of her flooded garden in Quadring.
Spalding Market was looking quieter than usual with only a handful of traders setting up in Market Place.
Tom Portas and Paul Pearson of TG Portas fruit and veg stall were braving the rain and told us they had already had a few hardy regular customers.
Mark Marwood of MC Marwood, Grimsby Fish, had set up stall this morning and said: "The rain won't keep me away. I was also here during the Beast from the East. I think I was the only one!"
And Alan Bradshaw, of Grasmere Farm, was also braving the heavy rain, while the Sizzling Grill stall had customers still ordering sausages and burgers in the drizzle.
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