Sussex floods: More cars submerged in water after torrential rain

The Environment Agency warned this morning that ‘local inland flooding is likely’ in parts of south-east England on Sunday. Residents were told that land, roads and some properties could be flooded and “there could be disruption to travel.”

– Mid Sussex Police officers have been called to Monteswood Lane, where two vehicles are stuck in flood waters. The road is closed in both directions, from Freshfield Lane to Montes Hill.

– B2272 Muster Green, Haywards Heath, partially blocked off this evening, due to flooding.

– College Lane in Chichester remains blocked due to earlier flooding.

– In East Sussex, there are more vehicles stuck on the A26. The road is partially blocked between Oldlands Hill and Duddleswell.

– Near Five Ashes a vehicle stalled on A267 Heathfield Road. There is also surface water on the road, which is partially blocked in both directions at A272 Summer Hill.

Police were called to Monteswood Lane, where two vehicles are stuck in flood waters. Photo: Mid Sussex Police

– Gun Road in Blackboys remains closed in both directions between Shepherds Hill and High Street. The road has been closed since Thursday (3 November).

– In Horam the A267 is partially blocked in both directions from B2203 High Street to Horebeech Lane. This is due to flooding and traffic is said to be very slow in the area.

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