FIREFIGHTERS were called out to a number of flood-related incidents across Worcestershire. 

Heavy rain has led to high river levels and flooded roads across the county at the weekend. 

Two crews, one from Bromyard and one from Malvern, as well as water first responders from Bromyard were called at 12.56pm on Sunday (December 10).

A Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue spokesperson said: "Three vehicles were stuck in flood water which had made the road impassable.

"Three people were rescued by the water first responder crew."

The spokesperson said firefighters left at 2.06pm.

A boat crew from Worcester and the water first responders from Droitwich were called at 2.55pm on Sunday to a vehicle in water at Smite Hill, Hindlip.

The spokesperson said: "Two people were rescued from their vehicle by the Swiftwater Rescue Team and the water first responders using a rescue sled.

"The road was impassable due to flood water."

Firefighters left that scene at 3.48pm.

Meanwhile a fire crew from Broadway Fire Station was called at 8.12pm on Sunday to Boat Lane, Evesham.

Firefighters were called to flooding of internal electrics at a flat in the road.

The spokesperson said: "Water and electrics to the property was isolated."

Firefighters left that incident at 10.10pm.