AS the after effects of Storm Dennis are felt across the country, Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) has repeated calls not to drive through potentially dangerous flood water after several people had to be rescued today (February 17).

Pictures show flooding to areas across the town, with Showcase Cinema's carpark in Winnersh compeltely submerged.

RBFRS crews tackled a number of incidents over the weekend, including several where drivers had become stuck as they made journeys.

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RBFRS were called by Thames Valley Police this at 5.13am today to assist with an incident in Mill Lane, Sindlesham.

Firefighters from Wokingham Road, Wokingham, Whitley Wood and the Water Rescue Unit from Caversham Road Fire Station were sent to the scene, and one man was rescued from the water.

Crews were on scene for about three hours.

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Reports were also received this morning of a vehicle stuck in flood water on Wasing Lane, Aldermaston.

An RBFRS crew from Mortimer was sent to the scene, alongside a crew from Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.

One person had been towed out of the water prior to the arrival of crews, so firefighters made sure the person didn't require any further assistance before returning to the station.

Local Berkshire:

Crews were on scene for about 30 minutes.

Throughout the weekend, crews were also called to two incidents in Mortimer where drivers had got into difficulty in flood water, but fortunately they were safe by the time crews arrived.

Fire crews are yrging residents to be careful - just 30cm of flood water can make a car float.

If a road is flooded, RBFRS advise turning around and finding another route.