West Midlands flooding: Warnings issued

Several flood warnings have been issued for parts of the West Midlands, while heavy rain has led to rail services being disrupted.

The Environment Agency (EA) said the River Cole and River Rea were at risk.

Some rail services have been disrupted on the Landywood line.

A spokesperson from the EA said: "Things are fairly stable, the rivers in Birmingham are starting to fall but there is a warning of another band of rain due on Sunday afternoon."

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