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Flash floods after stormy weather
Severe weather has led to flash flooding in parts of Wales and warnings have been been made by the Met Office that more rain is expected.
The A483 road in Newtown, Powys, leading to the town centre has been closed and six fire crews are dealing with the effects of heavy rain.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service said its fire fighters were alerted shortly before 1400 BST.
Meanwhile, fire crews were called to deal with floods in homes in Wrexham.
North Wales fire service said at least three houses in Galaxy Grove were flooded and crews have been called to three other areas near the town.
In Newtown, a blocked culvert led to the closure of the A483 road in the afternoon, while Frolic Street, Park Street and Back Lane were still flooded at 1730 BST.
Workers at the two main office blocks in the town were trapped as water levels rose rapidly.
Special pumps were brought in by firefighters to unblock drains on the main roads.
The roads affected by the severe weather are home to commercial and residential properties.
Six fire appliances were still at the scene at 1730 BST.
Firefighter David Davies from Mid and West Wales Fire Service said: "We had a severe cloudburst in the area. It started about one o'clock in the Caersws region then it's moved about six miles down to Newtown.
"It had the town centre overwhelmed, all the gutters, and we have had a severe problem."
Driving instructor Phil Robinson was taking a student on a pre-test lesson when the rain hit.
"All of a sudden we couldn't see the kerb doing a left reverse," he said.
"As we've been driving around town getting practice before the test, my student is getting lots of experience doing turns in the road because we keep coming to flooded areas and it's 'turn the car around and back again'."