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UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Flooding causes disruption across Dorset
3.41pm: Residents at Iford mobile home park are being evacuated from their homes due to a high risk of flooding following heavy rain at the weekend.
The residents have been asked to temporarily leave their homes overnight as a precautionary measure due to rising river levels.
Bournemouth Borough Council is arranging suitable alternative accommodation for residents and providing transport where required with social care staff on site to support vulnerable residents.
Visitors and locals are asked to avoid the area at this current time.
3.22pm: People living near the Stour have been warned to remain vigilant against the threat of more flooding. High river levels could affect low-lying properties at Redhill, Christchurch and Iford, the Environment Agency and Bournemouth Borough Council warned.
Properties at risk included Wheatplot and Red Hill home parks, Stour Park Homes and the Iford home park site. The Environment Agency said it was monitoring rivers and would issue flood alerts or warnings if necessary.
10.40am: Millhams Household Recycling Centre at Kinson was closed after the Stour burst its banks. Bournemouth council said it would be reviewing the situation throughout the day and would reopen the tip when it was safe.
There were also reports of slow traffic on the A338 Bournemouth due to flooding.
10.35am: The A348 road between the Bear Cross roundabout and Longham Bridge has been closed this morning due to flooding.
Police were also alerted to deep and fast flowing flooding between Wareham and Stoborough this morning.
North Street in Wareham was flooded both ways between West Street and East Street and Nutcrack Lane, Stoborough.
9am: Police and fire crews were called to Julian’s Bridge at Wimborne this morning after reports of serious flooding.
Firefighters requested the attendance of police around 7.30am after a deer became stuck in floodwater and traffic control was needed.
One lane of the B3078 was closed while attempts were made to rescue the deer.
The police helicopter was requested to fly over the River Stour as water was still rising and agencies were worried it would engulf Julian’s Bridge.
Outbound traffic was allowed to exit Wimborne and as the tide was peaking, the water was not expected to rise any further.
The rescue of the deer was abandoned as it had moved to deeper water but the RSPCA were called to provide further help.
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