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The Brigade has received more than 100 calls to flooding incidents across London between 1315 to 1558 today (May 29).
Among the incidents attended are 30 houses affected by flood water in Erith and a car stranded in flood water in Stratford.
Firefighters rescued four people trapped in two cars after their vehicles became stranded in flood water in Temple Mills Lane in Stratford at 1348. Two fire engines and two fire rescue units attended the scene. The incident was over for firefighters at 1426.
Four fire engines and two fire rescue units have been called to flooding in Pembroke Road in Erith. Approximately 30 houses have flooded to a depth of 18 to 25 inches. The Brigade was called at 1327. Fire crews from Erith, Bexley, Eltham and other surrounding fire stations are at the scene.