BREAKING SURREY

Clean Up After Three Rescued From Flash Floods In Wallington

clean up after three rescued from flash floods in wallington

A mass clean up operation has started to take place on Manor Way in Wallington following flash flooding that hit the area this afternoon.
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The road remains closed to traffic as industrial suckers remove storm waters, it was said the road near Wallington Station was under two metres of flood water.Flash flooding has also affected the Mitcham and Croydon areas