The muddy tracks from heavy rain have caused havoc for drivers at Latitude, with the condition of the roads on site expected to worsen.

A van trying to make its way to the exit has been pictured losing traction on the slippery track and crashing into a fence.

Fortunately, kind revellers were on hand to push the vehicle to safety.

Heavy rain all day on Saturday had resulted in the tracks becoming damaged.

With no rain forecast for the remainder of Sunday, people will hope the condition of the exit routes will improve.

But one driver, who wished to remain unnamed, and was pushed to safety on his way out, isn't confident.

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He said: "Even if the heavens do remain closed for the rest of the day, more and more cars will use the routes making conditions worse.

"In places, the tracks are like crossing no man's land, it's so boggy - with people possibly all leaving at once later I wouldn't be shocked if there is an accident."

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Beccles & Bungay Journal: The exit path at one of the gates at LatitudeThe exit path at one of the gates at Latitude (Image: Newsquest)

Beccles & Bungay Journal: A BMW driver being pushed to safety A BMW driver being pushed to safety (Image: Newsquest)