West Sussex Fire Rescue Service ‘still dealing with flooding’ in Bognor Regis – high volume pump working to prevent flooding of electrical substation
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The A29 remains closed in both directions until further notice while Bognor fire crews work to prevent flooding at an electrical substation.
A West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service spokesperson tweeted: “Crews are s[t]ill dealing with flooding on the A29 Shripney Road, Bognor Regis.
“The A29 remains closed in both directions until further notice. Please avoid the area.
“A High Volume Pump from @BognorFire is working to prevent flooding of an electricity substation.”
A yellow warning has been issued by the Met Office every day until Thursday [November 2] as south-east England braces itself for Storm Ciarán.
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