Burton Fleming residents bailing out after floodwater enters homes (video update)
The village of Burton Fleming is effectively cut off today by flooding.
Villagers in Bridlington Road have been bailing out floodwater from their homes.
Fire crews and East Riding Council officers, along with the Environment Agency, have so far deployed more than 1,000 sandbags.
The Gypsey Race burst its banks on Friday and the problem has got steadily worse.
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The water is 2ft deep in places and most routes into the village are closed.
With showers forecast into the weekend, residents are braced for more flooding.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood alert for the Gypsey Race between Wold Newton to Bridlington. It says rising groundwater levels are to blame and levels will remain high for the next few days.
• More pictures: Flooding in Burton Fleming