TrueHeavy rains and thunderstorms in the southeastern UK caused flooding in the capital on Sunday, disrupting traffic there.
Thunderstorms in southeastern England flooded the streets of London on Sunday, July 25, disrupting traffic.
Face rescue services “The Great Flood” Across the British capital, Mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted in the evening. Buses, subways and trains are affected.
In the south of the British capital, near the Queenstown road station, police blocked traffic on a road that had become impassable, especially under railway bridges.
Warning until Monday in the south
The floodwaters blocked several red double-decker buses in the middle of the street, with one driver telling Agencies France-Presse (AFP) that the water had reached the ground of his vehicle. “It’s wet everywhere! “, The statement of the person who introduced himself under the first name of Eric.
London firefighters said on Twitter that there had been about 300 calls for flooding in the southwest of the capital.
Our control officers have now taken about 300 calls for #flooding reports. Avoid driving or walking through the flu… https://t.co/ci87hQ1Zcq
The British Meteorological Agency has issued an orange warning for thunderstorms in and around London until 7pm local time, but thunderstorms and rain are expected in the south of the country until Monday. 100 mm of rain is expected in some parts of the state on Sunday evening.