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Ledbury Flooding: Flood Warnings PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Steve Glennie-Smith   
Saturday, 21 July 2007 01:00

It has been described as the wettest day ever recorded in this area. The Three Counties along with Warwickshire were the worst hit in the country. Rescue teams have worked long and hard through the night in what has been described as the largest ever peace-time rescue. Fire services called in the RAF to pluck motorists from their cars. The M5 has become a car park as motorists abandoned their vehicles. Tens of thousands of people have been stranded.

More locally properties have been damaged yet again by the rains. Post your stories, news and photographs here on the Ledbury Portal.

 Bye Street Market House

A river running past the library down Bye Street.

 The HomendOutside the Tourist Information Centre

Water rising outside the Tourist Information Office.

Kids crossing the roadWalking in the rain

Some prefer the soggy foot option.

 River down the High StreetCar splash

Driving conditions are obviously dangerous.

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