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Torrential rain has brought further havoc to the region with people trapped in cars and homes waterlogged by what's been described as the worst flooding in eight years.
People in South Birmingham were the worst affected and West Midlands fire service said it received nine hundred emergency calls last night.
Cars floated down streets, railway stations looked like canals, and drains became fountains. A pet hamster also had a very lucky escape as the floodwaters overwhelmed one home.
Our reporter Chris Halpin was there as the flooding hit and returned again today as families and businesses reflected on a night they won't forget.
A motorist in Long Eaton was forced to abandon his vehicle after severe flooding overnight.
There are currently 22 flood warnings and alerts in place across the Midlands.
Leicestershire County Cricket Club said it is 'disappointed' to announce that today’s NatWest T20 Blast match against Worcestershire Rapids has been abandoned due to the bad weather.
Aylestone was affected by flash flooding on Tuesday and the Fischer County Ground had water gathering in the far corner of the ground.
The club said an inspection has been conducted by match umpires and they concluded that the ground is unfit for play today.
Our reporter Chris Halpin took this video last night of the flooding in Stirchley, Birmingham.
West Park Leisure Centre in Long Eaton, Derbyshire, had to close after rain began leaking through the roof yesterday.
At one point a foot of standing water was on the building's flat roof. The centre has since re-opened.
This was the scene in Nottingham yesterday after torrential rain hit the region.
They are of the Tesco in Toton and McDonalds in Chilwell.
Torrential rain flooded numerous homes in Stirchley, Birmingham, last night.
One of the residents told ITV News Central how it had affected his home:
Our reporter Chris Halpin was amongst the flooding in Stirchley, just off Pershore Road, last night.
Residents told him it was the worst floods they had seen since 2008:
22 flood warnings and alerts remain in place across the Midlands today (17 June).
A flood warning means flooding is expected and immediate action is required. A flood alert means flooding is possible so you should be prepared.
- River Tame at Whitacre and Nether Whitacre
- River Tame at Hams Hall
- River Cole at Coleshill
- River Stour at Stoubridge
- River Mease at Clifton Campville, Harlaston and Croxall
- River Cole
- Rivers in South Worcestershire
- River Blythe in Warwickshire
- Tern and Perry Catchments
- Rea Brook and Cound Brook
- River Stour and Smestow Brook in the Black Country and South Staffordshire
- Middle Tame
- Burton Trent
- Severn Vyrnwy Confluence
- Lower Tame
- River Trent in Derbyshire
- River Stour in Worcestershire
- River Anker and River Sence
- Lower River Stour in Leicestershire
- River Mease
- River Sow and River Penk
- Loughborough Urban Watercourses
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Here is some insurance advice from the government on what to do when your home is flooded.
West Midlands Fire Service has revealed how many flood related call outs they have received due to the severe weather.