Drivers face rush-hour delays as main roads still closed by flooding

Watford Observer: Lower High Street earlier today. Lower High Street earlier today.

Motorists face rush-hour delays as main roads around Watford, Rickmansworth and Kings Langley remain closed due to severe flooding.

Hertfordshire County Council said Lower High Street and Water Lane in Watford were still closed as is part of the Stephenson Way link road onto the M1.

In Rickmansworth, Park Road remains closed by the roundabout with High Street as emergency services battle to prevent flood water reaching homes.

The fire service said the road could be closed all night.

In Kings Langley parts of Primrose Hill and Railway Terrace are also still affected by flooding.

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10:51pm Fri 7 Feb 14

oldgold says...

Oh dear, when will Watford Observer journalists realise that both Primrose Hill and Railway Terrace are in Abbots Langley, NOT Kings Langley?

From a city where, in 2007, 10,000+ families were flooded out of their homes, I hope that those inundated in Abbots L will be able to restore their properties, very soon.
Oh dear, when will Watford Observer journalists realise that both Primrose Hill and Railway Terrace are in Abbots Langley, NOT Kings Langley? From a city where, in 2007, 10,000+ families were flooded out of their homes, I hope that those inundated in Abbots L will be able to restore their properties, very soon. oldgold

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