North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said it is receiving a high number of emergency calls due to "heavy rainfall" in areas.
We are currently experiencing a high number of emergency calls due to heavy rainfall in the York, Tadcaster and Selby areas.
Flooding calls are currently being received and prioritised by the Control room team. We are currently dealing with over 50 incidents.
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