Part of a Norfolk road is flooded after a river burst its banks. 

Ferry Road, near Reedham Ferry, is submerged after the River Yare's high tide.

Photos show the car park and parts of Ferry Road are almost impassable as a result of the flooding. 

The Environment Agency issued flood alerts and warnings for parts of Norfolk on Friday.

A spokesman for the Environment Agency said that the tides will restrict the freshwater river drainage out to sea resulting in higher than normal water levels within the Broads. 

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Reedham, near Great Yarmouth, was highlighted as an area most at risk to flooding by the Environment Agency. 

The spokesman added: "The current series of high spring tides will continue for the next few days and further warning messages may be issued.

"After the weekend the tides will start to fall away allowing the freshwater river flows to drain out to sea at low tide as normal again."