A stunning footage filmed at London Victoria Station exhibits photographs of passengers struggling to enter Victoria Station as flash floods are attacking the capital. A number of travellers are seen in search of shelter within the station as unable to maneuver across the capital.
The video got here because the Met Workplace has issued an amber alert for thunderstorms and floods on Wednesday for many southern components of England.
The warning, coming a couple of days after the heatwave which attacked the UK final week, runs from 11am to 10pm.
It issues central, south and east London in addition to Surrey, Sussex, Kent and Essex.
Along with the amber alert, one other yellow warning for thunderstorms is now in power within the east and south coasts from Norwich to Plymouth.
As a result of present climate alert, companies operating on London to Ipswich and Norwich line had been cancelled, leading to heavy journey disruption.
Community Rail defined that as consequence of the heavy rain trains are unable to run between these two stations.
A Better Anglia spokesperson stated: “We’re sorry in case your journey has been affected by this disruption”.
Moreover Victoria Station, Warren Road and Kentish City are additionally seeing heavy rain, leading to many struggling to maneuver throughout town.
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