The South Australian State Emergency Service (SA SES) has responded to more than 240 requests for assistance after heavy rainfall overnight following heavy rain and localised flooding across Metropolitan Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills.
Over 100 SASES volunteers have attended to requests for assistance for flooding, trees down and rockslides across roadways, with several roads remaining closed this morning.
Seven separate swift water rescues were also undertaken as people became trapped in fast rising flood water.
A Watch and Act Message has been issued overnight for Waterfall Gully Road between Waterfall Terrace and the Waterfall Gully Car Park due to flooding, with the road closed.
A Flood Advice Message also issued for Swamp Road at Lenswood after a private dam spillway overtopped, resulting in localised flooding. Road closures have been in place.
For the latest SES Emergency Warning information, check https://www.ses.sa.gov.au/incidents-and-warnings/current-warning-list/.
For the latest on road closures, check traffic.sa.gov.au for updates.
Roads connecting to the South Eastern Freeway at Verdun, Hahndorf and Mount Barker were all closed this morning but have since reopened.
The public is advised that is never safe to walk, ride or drive through flood waters, and to adhere to signs advising that roads are closed.
For SES assistance phone 132 500. If the matter is life-threatening call 000 (triple zero).
For weather warnings and forecasts visit www.bom.gov.au