The A5 has been closed and firefighters have been pumping water from a caravan park for more than 16 hours with torrential downpours flooding Denbighshire. Denbighshire County Council said it is dealing with a "significant" number of calls about flooding across the county. Traffic Wales has warned that the A5 at Corwen is closed due to flooding but diversions are in place to join the A494. Other roads closed include Cwm Road in Dyserth at the junction with the A5151 and Westbourne Avenue in Rhyl. Residents on Westbourne Avenue have been issued with sandbags but there are no reports of water entering homes. A Denbighshire Council spokesman said: "There are problems with surface water in particular being reported county-wide, with a number of roads affected: around the A547 at Meliden and Prestatyn; Llanrhydd Street area of Ruthin and Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd. "The majority of the problems seem to be in the north of the county, with areas around Dyserth affected in particular. "The A5151 between Dyserth and Rhuddlan has a lot of standing water. […]