Cars recovered from A507 flood

11:44 07 February 2014

Flooding on the A507 between Baldock and Buntingford. Credit: Duncan McGill via Twitter

Flooding on the A507 between Baldock and Buntingford. Credit: Duncan McGill via Twitter


Flooding on the A507 has caused problems for motorists with three cars being recovered from the road.

Emergency services were called to Clothall Road on the A507 between Baldock and Buntingford to attend flooding at 5.27 this morning (Friday).

Three cars had been recovered by 8am and a section of Clothall Road has been temporarily closed.

The Highways Agency are now dealing with the situation.


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