IN PICTURES: Diggers, drones and drama at Wednesbury flood
Submerged cars, rescue boats and police drones - see all the pictures from the Wednesbury flood.
- Clean-up begins after roads, cars and homes hit by 10 MILLION litres of water
- Cars under water as burst main turns road into river
- Woman rescued from home as crews battle up to 9ft torrent
- Black Country New Road closed due to Wednesbury flood
Emergency services have been at Leabrook Road North since Thursday morning after a water main was damaged by contractors installing an electricity cable.
Specialist water rescue teams were used to check the many submerged cars, while police deployed their newly-purchased drone camera to survey the damage.
Nobody is believed to have been seriously injured but a woman had to be rescued from a house and a man broke his wrist after falling down a hole.
A staggering 10 million litres - or the equivalent of four Olympic swimming pools - of water gushed out of the pipe and spread over roads, gardens and into houses and nearby businesses.