Heavy rains in London flooded dozens of houses, roads and subway stations in several districts of the city. About it informs BBC.
The day before, the British capital received a monthly rainfall in three hours.
Flooding closed the North Ring Road and the Blackwall Tunnel under the Thames. In addition, eight metro stations and one light metro station were closed in the city.
The downpour also affected Whipps Cross and Newham hospitals. Their administration urged patients to go to other medical centers.
It is noted that this is the second flood in London in the last month. The last time the flood happened was on July 13, when the monthly rainfall also fell in the British capital.