Soaked stations and submerged cars: storms flood parts of London

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Heavy rain fell in parts of London after weeks of heat and drought, flooding some streets in north London and appearing to affect at least two of the capital’s busiest stations, Victoria and King’s Cross. Videos show cars submerged along the M25 and the north circular and people wading through the entrance at Victoria

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