09:36AM, Friday 10 January 2014
The King Edward VII car park in Windsor has been closed because of rising flood waters.
The car park, in King Edward VII Avenue, was closed at 9am this morning with drivers being urged to stay away.
A spokesman from the Royal Borough said staff at the car park had noticed water levels rising and had taken the decision to close the facility for safety reasons.
Vehicles which are already parked there are currently being led out of the car park with the help of staff.
It is not known when it will reopen.
Updates to follow.
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