Commuters driving home should watch out for flooding and standing water in Cromer, Aylsham, Marsham and Hoveton
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Commuters driving home from work have been urged to take care on the county's roads following today's heavy rain.
There have been several reports of flooding and standing water in many parts of the county including:
· B1145 – between Cawston and Aylsham
· Norwich Road, near to junction with Allison Street, Marsham
· Crossdale Street, Cromer under the railway bridge
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· A1062 at Hoveton
In addition there is also standing water on many roads.
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Chief Inspector Chris Spinks, head of the joint Roads Policing Unit, said: 'Motorists should drive to the conditions and allow extra time for their journeys home.
'Standing water and heavy rainfall makes driving conditions hazardous and I would urge motorists to reduce speed, use headlights and increase the distance between you and the car in front.'