Torrential rain has hit large parts of the south west today, causing havoc for commuters, businesses and homeowners.
The bad weather swept in late last night, with Dunkerswell on the Devon and Somerset border being worst hit - with 62 millimetres of rain falling.
It's been a busy 24 hours for the emergency services, with the region's fire services dealing with around 200 calls.
A number of people have had to be rescued, including two pulled from their car in Curry Mallet near Taunton.
Seth Conway reports:
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