Former Yeovil Town striker Paddy Madden returned to haunt his old club with a late equalising goal. Exeter City and Torquay also drew.
Dredgers have removed more than 120,000 tonnes from the Rivers Parrett and Tone to stop a repeat of the floods in Somerset.
Fifteen illegal immigrants are being treated for dehydration after being found in the back of a refrigerated lorry deep in Somerset.
Avon and Somerset police have released a 50-year-old man on bail following his arrest in connection with a lorry carrying 15 people near Ilminster.
ITV News understands he is the driver of the lorry.
A force spokesman said: "A 50-year-old man has been released on police bail pending further enquiries. He was arrested yesterday on suspicion of facilitating entry of people into the UK. 15 people who were found in the back of a lorry remain in a rest centre."
These pictures show today's operation to extract yet another lorry out of Mill Lane, Coxley, in Wells. It is the third to get stuck in seven days.
Volunteers from the British Red Cross are supporting a group of 15 people found on board a lorry at a service station near Ilminster, Somerset, yesterday.
Having been checked over by paramedics at the scene, they were then taken to Long Sutton Village Hall, Somerset, by a team of four Red Cross emergency response volunteers trained in providing practical and emotional support. The group were provided with beds, bedding and other essential supplies such as hygiene kits.
The national tourist board Visit England has published a new guide to 25 "simple pleasures" we can all enjoy. Themed around the adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh, it features some familiar locations and activities:
This video captures the moment yet another lorry becomes jammed down Mill Lane in Coxley near Wells. Thanks to sat nav directions, it is the third lorry to get stuck there in the past week. The lane narrows to 6ft.
Irregular migration to the UK "is increasing", an anti-trafficking expert said.
Andy Desmond, Director of Anti-Trafficking Consultants, told Good Morning Britain that the hot weather simply makes cases, such as those of migrants in lorries, "more overt because of their own distress."
Following the discovery of 35 Afghan Sikhs in a shipping container at Tilbury Docks at the weekend, a lorry has been discovered carrying 15 migrants with suspected dehydration in Somerset. The German driver has been arrested.
Work is due to start on flood defences for a Somerset village which was cut off last winter. The £180 thousand scheme will provide better protection for Thorney at times of flooding. It's part of the 20 year Flood Action Plan for the county, which also includes raising the road to nearby Muchelney to ensure access during flooding.
15 people who were found in a lorry at a service station on the A303 in Somerset are spending the night at a village hall near Yeovil. Police have arrested the German driver. An investigation is underway into how the group, who claim to come from Kashmir and Eritrea, came into the country.
Our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland has this report:
The owners of a lorry found containing 15 people near Ilminster take incidents of human trafficking "very seriously," a spokesperson said.
The Thermotraffic spokesperson added: "At the moment we are in close contact with the British public authorities and support them to investigate the situation."
A German national has been arrested on suspicion of facilitating the unlawful entry of people into the UK. He is understood to be the driver of the lorry.