This won't win any awards for being a stunning image, but the point is that according to those who'd watched the flash flood from the doorway of The Moorland Hotel (pub), this part of the road 'blistered' as water, presumably overflowing from the drains beneath these manholes, forced its way out through the tarmac itself. The large crack between the different-coloured sections is fresh.
It's not really visible in the earlier photo, but I suppose the peak flow had passed by that time, and passing cars could have pushed any bulge back down.
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