Surface water is swilling around on Walton-le-Dale’s road network as the River Ribble continues to run high.
Drivers are being urged to slow down particularly along Victoria Road.
Water is covering the road and a number of homes have been evacuated.
One Blog Preston reader, who asked to remain anonymous, has taken her family away from her home as she said water was coming up from the basement.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service said they had received a number of reports of flooding in the Victoria Road area, but had not sent crews to attend. They said there was no risk to life and had to prioritise other incidents. The fire service have now attended Victoria Road and pumped a number of properties clear.
Meanwhile, video footage above shows the flood wall at Victoria Road leaking water, and small waves of water are gushing towards people’s homes when cars pass along the road.
As of 11pm on Boxing Day the water level in the area has started to fall, although Kings Croft remains flooded.
The River Ribble is running at around 5.2m, which is 2m above the flood expected line. The river level is beginning to fall as the evening progresses.
11 flood warnings and alerts are still in force for the River Ribble and Darwen, as heavy rain battered Preston from Christmas Day evening onwards.