Part of a hospital was closed off after torrential rain caused the site to flood.
The main entrance and exit by the A&E department in Maidstone was off-limits after a huge amount of rainfall this afternoon.
The grounds of the hospital, in Hermitage Lane, Barming, were submerged at about 1.30pm.
Footage can be seen of cars struggling to access the site’s car park due to the amount of water.
Mel Simmons, who recorded the flooding on her way to an appointment, said: “The main entrance and exit by A&E had to be closed and we were sent around the back of the hospital to another flooded area.
“It was torrential rain and most of the car park was flooded.
“The staff were trying their best to sort it out, but the rain didn’t stop.”
NHS Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Trust, which runs the site, has been contacted for a comment.
Kent has been battered by wind and rain today, with a yellow weather warning in place for thunderstorms.
The Met Office warned of large hail, frequent lightning, gusty winds, and torrential rain producing 30 to 40 mm in an hour.