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Torrential rain make driving conditions hazardous in south Lincolnshire




Horrendous driving conditions caused by torrential rain outside Boundary Fish and Chips in Deeping St James on Saturday. Photo by Tim Wilson.
Horrendous driving conditions caused by torrential rain outside Boundary Fish and Chips in Deeping St James on Saturday. Photo by Tim Wilson.

Motorists were hit by hazardous driving conditions in South Holland, the Deepings and Bourne as torrential rain and lightning swept through the area.

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue reported having to “pump out a large number of homes and businesses” in areas, including Spalding and Kirton, on Saturday.

In addition, police issued a number of warnings for drivers to take extra care and use their headlights, but not fog lights.



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