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One appliance and crew from Broughton, one from West Ashland and the rescue boat and crew from Newport Pagnell attended, along with an officer.

A van, containing two men, had become stuck in flood water.

The firefighters used a water rescue sled to release the men, uninjured, and provided advice.

One appliance and crew from Thame, one from Aylesbury and the rescue boat and crew from Beaconsfield attended, along with an officer.

A van, containing one man and one woman, had become stuck in flood water under a bridge.

The firefighters used water rescue equipment and dry suits to help escort the man, uninjured, from the van. The firefighters used a water rescue sled to rescue the woman.

One appliance and crew from Aylesbury, and one officer, attended.

One car, containing one man, had become stuck in flood water.

The firefighters wore wide area flooding gear to lead the man to safety.

One appliance and crew from Bicester, one from Buckingham and one from Kidlington attended, along with one officer.

A car, containing one man, had become stuck in floodwater, under a bridge.

The firefighters wore water rescue gear to rescue the man, uninjured. A road closure was put in place until the flood water had subsided.

Two appliances and crews from West Ashland attended, along with an officer.

A car containing one woman had become stuck in flood water.

The firefighters made the scene safe. They removed the car from the flood water and provided advice.

One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross and one from Langley attended, along with an officer.

A car containing one woman had become stuck in flood water.

The firefighters, wearing water rescue gear, removed the car from the water. The woman was passed into the care of South Central Ambulance Service.

One appliance and crew from Gerrards Cross, and one from Slough attended.

A car containing one man and one boy had become stuck in flood water.

The firefighters used wide area flooding kit. They helped the man and boy out of the car, uninjured, and removed the car from the flood water.

Three appliances and crew, one from West Ashland, Broughton and Newport Pagnell, supported by two officers and one appliance and crew from Bedfordshire Fire & Rescue Service, attended a water rescue. One women was rescued from water. Firefighters used provided immediate emergency care (IEC) using a IEC kit. Incident was handed over to Thames Valley Police.

One appliance and crew from Langley, the rescue boat and crew from Beaconsfield, an appliance and crew from Windsor Tinkers Lane, and one from Maidenhead attended, along with an officer.

A boat had broken down and become stranded on the River Thames between Brunel Bridge and Bray High Street.

The boat was located, and the rescue boat and crew towed it to Bray Mariner.