East Yorkshire flood warnings remain in place

A number of flood warnings along the River Derwent in East Yorkshire remain in place, the Environment Agency said.

The warnings cover the town of Stamford Bridge and villages and riverside properties along the Derwent and the upper catchment area of the River Hull.

The agency said the river levels would continue to remain high into the weekend.

On Thursday, flood water from the River Derwent caused the closure of a number of roads in parts of East Yorkshire.

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