loods in Hazel Grove, Stockport
© EPicGaz/TwitterDon't walk - swim! Floods in Hazel Grove, Stockport
The 'river' was caught on camera after a third day of flooding across various parts of Greater Manchester with roads closed and trains cancelled

Amazed residents have captured an incredible torrent of water pouring through the streets in flooded Stockport.

A rush of water is seen streaming done a road close to Torkington Park, in Hazel Grove , as drivers struggle to pass through the flooded carriageway.

Meanwhile, trains were stopped between Buxton and Hazel Grove due to a landslide at Disley.

Firefighters were called to Fulmar drive, in Offerton, at around 4pm following reports that flooding had affected the electrics in around 15 properties.

Floods in Hazel Grove, Stockport
© EPicGaz/TwitterFloods in Hazel Grove, Stockport

Officers are currently carrying out inspections on all properties, and the water level is said to be subsiding.

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service told the Manchester Evening News firefighters have been called out to a number of incidents throughout the day as heavy rain lashed the region.

It is the third day of flooding with incidents on Thursday across Rochdale and Middleton and various parts of Greater Manchester on Friday.

Yesterday a woman and young child had to rescued from their home when it was flooded with more than a metre of rainwater.

The family became trapped when their ground floor flat in Ashton became submerged in a metre of rain water on Friday afternoon.

Flood in Bideford Drive, Baguley
© Marie ShoreFlood in Bideford Drive, Baguley
Around fifteen ground floor flats at Springwood Hall, on Oldham Road, were flooded during the incident.

Firefighters were called to the scene at around 3.34pm to help residents and pump water from the homes. Nobody was injured during the incident.

On Friday firefighters were called to flooded parts of Oldham, Rochdale and Failsworth.

A total of 36 calls were made to North West Fire Control between 4pm and 4.30pm.

A spokesman for the service said: "We would like to use this as an opportunity to remind everyone to drive safe in the hazardous conditions."