Fire crews called to incidents in rain affected areas of North Lincolnshire
Fire crews in North Lincolnshire have been called to three incidents today as the rain continues to cause problems.
Humberside Fire and Rescue were called to three separate incidents within minutes of each other this afternoon.
They attended Burton upon Stather Road, Walcott at around 1pm, to assist a homeowner in clearing damaged items from the ground floor of a property. No futher action was taken by the fire service.
Fire crews then attended the High Street in Belton due to reports of localised flooding. No properties were affected and no action was taken.
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Flooding also caused an overflow of sewage from drains on South View Avenue in Burringham at 1.04pm. The overflow subsided with advice given to the homeowner.
There have also been reports of issues in Whitton and in West Halton.