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In Pictures: Wiltshire floods

Emergency services in Crudwell

The emergency services were called in to Crudwell on Friday afternoon. Pic: Andy Cubin

Flooded park bench in Crudwell

This park bench in Crudwell was half submerged. Pic: Andy Cubin

Flooded street in Crudwell

Cars negotiated The Street in Crudwell with great care. Pic: Andy Cubin

Flooding on Dorcan Way, Swindon UGC

Swindon's Dorcan Way was submerged after the deluge. Pic: Graham Palmer

Flooded bridge at Berwick Bassett UGC

A torrent of water was flowing over this bridge at Berwick Bassett. Pic: John Barratt

Flooded railway line between Chippenham and Swindon UGC

Charles Fair's train was stationary for four-and-a-half hours a few miles west of Swindon on Friday afternoon.

Flooded railway line between Chippenham and Swindon UGC

A train travelling between Chippenham and Swindon had to reverse back to Chippenham, pic: Charles Fair

Flooded railway line between Chippenham and Swindon UGC

The river flowed over this railway line west of Swindon. Pic: Charles Fair

Traffic jam in Coleshill floods UGC

Graham Palmer found himself stuck in a rural traffic jam in Coleshill

Flooded road at Coleshill UGC

Cars had a wet and slow journey through Coleshill. Pic: Graham Palmer

The roundabout on Dorcan Way Covingham, Swindon

The roundabout on Dorcan Way Covingham: Photo Mr S Hawkins

Local shops at Covingham, Swindon

Local shops at Covingham: Photo Mr S Hawkins

The local pub in Covingham

The local pub in Covingham: Photo Mr S Hawkins



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