Parts of north Buckinghamshire have been affected by severe flooding following heavy rain in the county.

Between the afternoon of December 23 to the morning of December 24, firefighters were called out to several parts of north Bucks, where sandbags were used to stop flooding, whilst people were rescued from trapped cars due to the ongoing rain.

Some of the incidents included: 

• 1.51pm – Car stuck in flood water

Twyford to Marsh Gibbon Road, Marsh Gibbon.

One fire engine from Bicester Fire Station, one from Brill Fire Station, and one from Aylesbury Fire Station attended, along with an officer, after a man and a woman were trapped in a car that became stuck in flood water under a bridge.

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• 2.03pm – Flooding affecting house

Olney Road, Lavendon.

Firefighters from Broughton Fire Station attended the scene where they used a hydro bag to help divert floodwater.

• 2.29pm – Flooding affecting multiple houses

Main Street, Tingewick.

Firefighters from Brill and Bicester Fire Stations attended as they diverted water away from the houses.

• 2.37pm – Flooding affecting multiple houses

Castle Road, Lavendon.

Crews from Broughton and Aylesbury Fire Station used a light portable pump and wide-area flooding kit and provided help and advice to those who were badly impacted by the floods.

• 2.41pm – Flooding affecting electrics

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Hartwell Road, Hanslope.

Firefighters from Ashland Fire Station isolated the electrics and provided advice to residents

• 4.12pm – Car stuck in flood water

Stratford Road, Leckhampstead.

West Ashland firefighters helped move a vehicle to safety and, and notified partner organisations that the road was flooded and impassable at that time.

It was also revealed by Bucks Fire and Rescue that sandbags, along with the help of Milton Keynes Council, were given to several properties that were impacted by the flooding in Stony Stratford.

Ringway MK tweeted: “Our Emergency crews have been working through the night responding to localised flooding with some areas still at risk.

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“We deployed significant numbers of sandbags and road closures.

“Please follow Road closures and avoid floodwaters to stay safe.”

Milton Keynes Council also tweeted: "We've had to close some roads as they are not safe to drive through.

"Do not ignore Road Closed signs and use an alternative route."