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Norwich hit by flash flooding amid Met Office weather warning

Fire crews have been called to multiple emergencies across the city, with Cathedral Close, Bussey Road and Heathgate being among the worst affected.

The fire service also attended flooding at Whitefriars in Palace Street where it used a pump to remove water in the area.

READ MORE: Met Office issues thunderstorm weather warning for Norfolk

Flash flooding has also been captured by Jaime Garbutt, owner of Figbar, in St John Maddermarket. 

The Met Office has put a yellow warning in place for parts of the county until 7pm today (May 11).

It has warned that delays to train services are possible and that there may be damage to buildings from lightning strikes.

Greater Anglia has announced that trains from Norwich station have been delayed due to “speed restrictions because of severe weather”.

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