Roads in North Devon closed or impassable due to flooding
A number of roads in North Devon are closed or impassable due to flooding this morning.
Heavy rainfall overnight has affected a couple of roads across the region, causing problems for commuters this morning.
The B3230 in Muddiford is closed between Whiddon Cross and Muddiford Inn because of flooding.
Wrafton Road in Braunton is also reportedly flooded, near to the Post Office. However, at this time it is just about passable between Barton Lane and Heanton Hill.
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Mill Road in Barnstaple remains closed this morning following a large fire in a workshop on the corner of Rolle Street and Pottington Road last night.
The environment agency has issued a flood warning for the River Yeo in Barnstaple. The warning, which advises residents to ‘take immediate action’ for flooding is in place from Snapper to the Old Water Mill including the Fish Farm, Underwood Meadows and The Old Water Mill.
Flood alerts, which warn residents to ‘be prepared’ for flooding are in place for the Barnstaple, Braunton, Ilfracombe and Combe Martin area. The Caen and Bradiford Water are on alert as are coastal streams from Braunton to Combe Martin.
There are no weather warnings in place by the Met Office.
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