Carmarthenshire has been hit by the "worst floods in over 30 years" in the aftermath of Storm Callum.
There is widespread flooding across the county with Carmarthen, Newcastle Emlyn, Llanybydder, Llandeilo and Pont Tyweli/Llandysul some of the worst affected areas.
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Carmarthenshire County Council described the flooding as the worst experienced "in over 30 years". They say they're having to work "around the clock" to help homes and businesses impacted by flood waters.
Rivers in many parts of the county have burst their banks, unable to cope with the volume of water caused by heavy rain. For the first time in their history, the flood defences on the River Towy in Carmarthen were breached.
Storm Callum has been battering Wales with heavy rain and strong winds since Friday (12 October). The Met Office issued an amber weather warning for parts of the country.
Many homes and businesses have been flooded across Carmarthenshire. Some residents have been evacuated and sandbags deployed.
Flood waters are now receding, but the council is urging people to remain cautious.
Dyfed Powys Police have urged drivers to plan ahead if they plan to travel as a number of roads and bridges remain closed. Delays are likely as the clear up operation gets underway.