Road closed after tanker truck stuck in flooding at Cross in Hand

A road remains closed after a petrol tanker was stranded in floods.

The tanker became stuck in flooding at around 5am this morning on the A267 at Cross in Hand, east of Uckfield.

It can be seen in several meters of water with the hazard lights on.

Sussex has been hit by torrential downpours today which have caused disruption to commuters.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain from midnight to 3pm today.

Hove has seen more than 30mm of rain today, about a third of the average monthly rainfall for the county in November.

The Argus: The road remains closedThe street remains closed (Image: Sussex News and Pictures)

The Environment Agency issued a red weather warning for Buxted residents after 40mm of rain fell in the morning.

A spokesman for Sussex Police said: “Sussex Police received a report of a broken down vehicle on the A267 near Heathfield around 5am on 3 November.

“Officials have assisted East Sussex County Council’s Highways team with a temporary road closure.”

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