The A617 Hornsbridge roundabout is closed this morning.
There was traffic chaos around the region this morning as motorists queued to take detours around major roads closed due to flooding.
Derbyshire County Council declared a major incident as floods close more than 40 roads across the county.
Currently flood warnings, which mean that flooding is expected and immediate action is required, are in place for the River Derwent from Bamford to Darley Dale.
Currently the Derwent has burst its banks at Grindleford. Several properties are currently flooded and roads are impassable – other than by 4x4s.
There are also warnings in place for River Wye at Ashford in the Water and at Wye Bank, Bakewell.
Individual flood warnings are in place in and around the Chesterfield area for the River Doe Lea at Bolsover Coking Works and the River Rother at Renishaw, Staveley and Tapton.
People living in these areas need to be aware of the flood risk to their properties and about any neighbours who may be vulnerable and need further help or assistance.
A spokesman for Chesterfield Royal Hospital have issued advice to patients and staff. A spokesman said: " The main issue for us is the closure of Hady Hill from the Chesterfield approach. Hornsbridge and the Hasland by-pass are also affected with the latter closed from Heath.
"You can still get to the Royal - ambulances and emergency services are getting to us - but the advice for patients and the public is to focus on staying safe, travel only if absolutely necessary and to plan your route using road closure information issued by @DerbysPolice (Twitter) as well local radio. PeakFM is posting closures on their show and Facebook page.
"If you can’t get in for your routine appointment please let us know if you can and be aware there may be delays and extra waiting today as staff try and get in to see you.
"The advice for our staff is to allow plenty of extra time to get here and to keep in contact with your ward matron/team if you have any issues to report. Many of you have social media groups to stay in touch so please keep posting. Staff on nights are staying if they can until they are relieved by colleagues - our priority is keeping patients safe in our care.
"At the moment we are not activating the 4x4 service as - unlike in the snow - it’s the road closures that are the main issue. So we’re also faced with the problem of getting out to people."
Derbyshire Police spokeman added: "This morning, we are getting reports of multiple roads and properties being flooded, especially in the North East, Dales and High Peak areas of Derbyshire. We are working hard to ensure we keep people moving and keep people safe during this time.
"If you come across a flooded road, don't try and drive through it, even if you think you can.
If the route you are taking is closed due to flooding or any other reason, find an alternative. Do not move road closed signs and ignore closures.
"Where there are flood signs or a clear body of water, drive slowly through it. The signs aren't there to be ignored.
"We are getting reports of people driving fast though water, causing properties nearby to flood. Consider other people on your journey."
Derbyshire County Council have updated their list of road closed this morning.
Please check before travelling and do not drive into flood water or drive on roads that are closed. The following roads are currently closed:
A61 Derby Road, Chesterfield (Cineworld)
A61 Bypass (Tesco to Hornsbridge)
A617, Hornsbridge, Chesterfield – including the whole roundabout
Works Road, Barrow Hill
A6, Matlock (Premier Inn to Crown Square)
A6, Matlock Bath (Midland Hotel and railway station area)
Station Road, Darley Bridge
Chatsworth Road, Rowsley
Lea Road, Cromford
Abney Road, Abney to the gliding club
A57 Snake Road, Ladybower
A6013 Ashopton Road, Ladybower
A57 Brookfield, Glossop
B6049, Great Hucklow
B6521 Main Road, Grindleford
North East and Bolsover
A6135 Station Road, Eckington
Crow Lane, Unstone
Station Road, Clowne
A616 Creswell Road, Clowne
Tom Lane, Duckmanton
Spinkhill Road, Killamarsh
Green Lane, Killamarsh
Amber Valley and South Derbyshire
A517, Hulland Ward (tree fallen)
A610 Hurt Arms Ambergate
Holme Lane, South Wingfield
Heage Lane, Etwall
A6, Matlock (Premier Inn to Crown Square) A6, Matlock Bath (Midland Hotel and railway station area) Station Road, Darley Bridge Lea Road, Cromford Abney Road, Abney to the gliding club