YORK'S drainage failings have again been exposed today, after a torrential downpour left roads flooded.
Heavy but relatively brief rain fell across York around noon today, and many drains have been overwhelmed.
The Morrisons store in Acomb is also partly flooded, but remains open.
Ealier today, The Press reported claims that cuts to York's gully-cleaning had exacerbated long-standing drainage problems in the city.
Readers have since sent in pictures from Acomb and Holgate, where there is a large amount of standing water in several main roads.
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Above and below: Near The Fox pub in Holgate. Pictures by Michael Busby.
A report to city leaders in 2012 said generations of neglect and underinvestment had left York's drains unable to cope with even minor flooding.
Paula Scurfield sent us this picture from Clifton Green, outside the Cakes Delicious cafe:
Above: Near Morrisons in Acomb (picture by Fiona Cunniff). Below: Holgate (picture: Michael Busby).
Another reader emailed in the picture below, of the Morrisons store in Acomb:
Michaela Knight took this picture in Manor Drive North: