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Police On Scene Of flooding In Mill Street, Mildenhall

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Police On Scene Of flooding In Mill Street, Mildenhall 3
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police were called at 0845 today to a report that flood water was lifting a manhole cover in Mildenhall town Centre.

Following the initial report the level of water has risen necessitating the closure of Mill Street and recovery of a vehicle stuck in the floodwater.

Police are in liaison with other emergency services, the Environment Agency and other partner agencies in response to the incident.

It is requested that vehicles avoid the area and do not attempt to travel through the water to avoid further cases of vehicles becoming stuck.

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