A press statement on the flooding from North Wales Fire & Rescue Service this morning says:
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service has been attending flooding incidents this morning (15th May) - mainly involving surface water with no homes or buildings seriously affected.
Wrexham is the most affected area, although flood alerts issued by Natural Resources Wales / Environment Agency Wales also exist in other areas.
In Froncysyllte near Llangollen, the A5 has suffered significant flooding and is impassable to cars. At 7.11hours this morning a fire appliance from Llangollen was mobilised so that firefighters could help to push a car and its driver from floodwater to safety.
At 6.51 hours, two appliances from Wrexham were called to Lambourne Court to assist in pumping floodwater away from a property.
At 7.54 hours an officer was called to advise at a property in Bethania Road, Acrefair where sandbags are being deployed.
At 7.47 hours, a fire appliance from Wrexham was called to Hightown Road where a number of properties are affected and sandbags have been requested. North Wales Police is assisting in managing the traffic in the area.
Further advice is available from Natural Resources Wales / Environment Agency Wales and on the following websites;