Local flooding – be careful out there

With the recent heavy rainfall in the area and more predicted over the
coming days Thames Valley Police is warning drivers to take extra care
on the roads.

Many local roads are already flooded and this is likely to get worse if the weather forecasts are correct for the coming days.   A41 into Aylesbury has been partially closed this morning, Chesham and Amersham both also hard hit, some flooding on the route into Leighton Buzzard & Cheddington Road railway bridge flooded.

Several motorists have already been caught out trying to drive through floods – only to find that they are much deeper than they initially appear, leaving them (and their
vehicles) stranded.

Anyone attending Stoke
Mandeville Hospital should also be aware that the Lower Road, Stoke
Mandeville is currently impassable, so access to the hospital can only
be gained from the Aylesbury direction.

Please do not ignore ‘Road Closed’ signs – they are there to keep motorists safe.

Local radio stations put out regular traffic updates, so please listen in to find out up to date information on flooding and traffic conditions. 

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