England Hailstorm sparks havoc
Parts of East Devon and Cornwall in the UK have been hit by a series of floods after a night of storms, with severe rain and heavy hail.
Fire officials described the situation as chaos. About 25 people had to be rescued from their homes, and an evacuation centre had to be set up at the local hospital.
A police spokesman said: "There have been a series of weather-related road collisions.
"This included a road accident near Honiton with a female giving birth who had to be transported by ambulance to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital."
He said "many" vehicles, including a 38ft-long (11.6m) lorry, had been trapped in flood water.
Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said 25 people had been rescued from flooded homes in Ottery St Mary and Feniton.
Susanne Reed, from the fire control centre, said it was the worst flooding she had seen in 25 years.
"It has been absolute chaos, it started just after midnight when we were out rescuing people stuck in their cars in flood water.
"It got worse and worse and one crew got stuck in a 6ft (1.8m) [hail] drift," she said.
She added that crews had been rescuing people "constantly" and she could not begin to say how many had been helped to safety.