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Your pictures: Worcestershire floods

Picture sent in by Laurie Tutton

Laurie Tutton: "We're having some serious flooding out here in Badsey, Worcestershire, one of the roads into the village has been completely cut off."

Picture sent in by Laurie Tutton

Laurie Tutton: "The local pub has partially flooded, the kitchen and restaurant, and the drain has burst pouring more surface water onto the road."

Picture sent in by Jason Kay

The A456 near Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire is normally a very busy road. Photo: Jason Kay

Picture sent in by Jason Kay

Only the bravest car drivers and lorries have driven on the A456 in Worcestershire. Photo: Jason Kay

Photo by Rags Mahone

Rags Mahone: "This was Droitwich High Street at 10.00 on Saturday morning."

Photo by June Dawson

June Dawson took this image of a rescue in Evesham on Saturday morning.

Photo by Sophie Barnes

A partially flooded graveyard in Hampton, Evesham. Photo by Sophie Barnes.

Photo by Andy Morgan

Rescue workers on Port Street in Evesham at 1pm on Saturday. Photo by Andy Morgan.

Photo by Matt Capper

Matt Capper took this while stranded in his Evesham flat: "We are surrounded by about 4 foot of water and have RAF helicopters flying very close by."

Photo by Matt Capper

Matt Capper: "We can hear big expensive caravans hitting the bridge at the end of the road."

Picture by Suzi Wright

Rescue workers carry a parrot to safety in Evesham. Send images to: yourpics@bbc.co.uk. For terms and conditions see right hand side.




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