A man has died after becoming trapped in his car in flood water in Somerset.
Emergency services received a call at about 8.50pm last night to say a car was wedged under a bridge near to a ford at Rectory Fields, in Chew Stoke. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
An Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said they are still trying to identify the man and his next of kin.
The vehicle is still stuck there at the moment, and so we are preserving the scene until the water has died down and it is safe to retrieve the car.When daylight comes, they will look to remove it.
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