Crews from Collingham and Ashfield Nottinghamshire attended Retford to assist with flooding caused by Storm Babet
Several fire crews including one from the area were called in to help with a dire situation in Retford.
Firefighters from Collingham joined crews from places including Ashfield to lend a hand in the town.
Some residents were forced to evacuate the area and fire crews were called in to assist during the flooding caused by Storm Babet.
Nottinghamshire County Council declared a major incident and told people in Retford they were at risk over high water levels along the River Idle.
"A busy weekend in Retford for some of the crew manning the High Volume Pump and the appliance," said a spokesman from Collingham Fire Station.
"We helped pump out flood water in the Grove Street area following storm Babet."
The warning for the River Idle in Retford has now been downgraded from severe by the Environment Agency but remains in effect as the agency said the flooding could last for days.