Flood alert for River Roding in Redbridge lifted
The flood alert for the River Roding in Redbridge has been lifted.
The warning was put in place for the lower part of the river in Redbridge and Barking last night and lifted around 2.15pm today.
But the middle section flowing through Loughton and Buckhurst Hill is still on alert due to high levels caused by heavy rain.
If you see flooding in your area, you can email pictures to the Redbridge Council at email@example.com to help them track changes.
The Redbridge Emergency Public Information Line provides 24-hour recorded information on 0844 445 7600.
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For up-to-date flooding information, call Floodline on 0845 988 1188 using quick dial 172915.
The Environment Agency website contains details of river level and flooding information at www.environment-agency.gov.uk.
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