An emergency closure will be in place until further notice in an east Suffolk road due to flooding. 

Suffolk Highways has shut Quay Lane in Reydon, near Southwold, due to flood water stretching across the road. 

A spokesman for Suffolk Highways said although tankers have been on site, workers "are unable to stem the flow" of water.

East Anglian Daily Times: The road has experienced a number of flooding problemsThe road has experienced a number of flooding problems (Image: Suffolk Highways)

The road has experienced flooding problems since Storm Babet in October last year. 

A car was pictured stuck in deep water in November, while crews from Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service were called to reports of people stuck in December. 

It is the latest road closure put in place due to flooding. 

Snailwell Road in Newmarket has also been shut by Suffolk Highways, with 9,000 litres of flood water pumped away from the site.