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One person has been taken to hospital following a crash on Warwick Road in Carlisle.
It happened at around 3:30pm this afternoon and involved a Landrover and a motorbike.
The casualty was flown to Newcastle for treatment.
Part of the road has been closed off as police investigations take place.
The Environment Agency are warning that thousands of people in the North West are at risk from flash flooding, and is urging communities to prepare in advance.
Flash flooding is caused by intense rainfall. It occurs suddenly with little or no warning – often before the emergency services have time to arrive. It tends to happen when heavy rainfall runs off land and quickly swells rivers and streams, or where drainage systems are overwhelmed by rainfall.
To try and help people understand the risks, the Environment Agency has undertaken detailed studies to identify the communities most at risk from this type of flooding.
They will contact local householders and business owners to explain the risks, and how to prepare themselves to stay safe.