Video shows flash flooding in Market Rasen and Worksop.
Residents were urged to stay at home after a town in Lincolnshire was hit by flash floods.
Torrential rain fell in Market Rasen on Tuesday evening, 16 August, submerging roads and leaving cars underwater and residents battling to protect their homes.
The town council urged people to stay indoors, saying in a message: "Please stay home. The town is flooded. Do not drive in these conditions."
Building company Travis Perkins offered its help, providing sand bags to residents and businesses.
Drivers were also urged to slow down to avoid pushing water into people's properties.
Lincolnshire Police tweeted: "We are working with Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service in the Market Rasen area to deal with the flooded roads in the area. Please don't try travelling through flood waters as we have a number of vehicles currently stuck."
A number of roads were closed, including: Linwood Road, Deer Street, Waterloo Road, Chapman Street and the Gainsborough Road and King Street junction.
Meanwhile, in Worksop, some cars were almost completely submerged following heavy rain.
Trains stopped running for a period after tracks were flooded, while patients were asked only to attend the emergency department at Bassetlaw Hospital if absolutely necessary.
South Yorkshire Police urged motorists to take care when travelling. The following roads in Sheffield were closed due to flooding: Station Road, Halfway, Beaver Hill Rd, Handsworth, Worksop Road and Darnall Road, Attercliffe, Rother Valley Way, Mosborough, and Long Acre Way, Mosborough.
Elsewhere, Grimsby Town's game against Carlisle United was abandoned following a flooded pitch.
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