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No respite for flood victims as water pours over defences

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No respite for flood victims as water pours over defences

No respite for flood victims as water pours over defences

Flood-hit residents have been warned significant risks remain over the next few days in parts of England, with yet more rainfall expected.

The Environment Agency forecast ongoing flooding during the coming days, with England having seen more than 200% of its average February rainfall, and some areas experiencing a month's worth of rain in 24 hours.

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