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Residents of Searby Road are very concerned about major drainage issues that already exist and without major drainage work would be worse if the proposed housing went ahead. The video proves the drainage problems.
A short film by Jamie Robertson in aid of the Cumbria Flood Recovery Fund. This film shows the devastating effects of the flooding in Cumbria, England during November 2009. Video and photos taken using Canon EOS 5D MkII. Thanks go out to BBC, ITN & Moby for kind permission to use their work in this feature.
Bowness on Windermere Nov 21st 2009 the Marina 2 days after the flooding
Clip about floods in England
FLOODING IN ENGLAND
THis is footage of the flooding that took place on 10th february 2009 in the small village of Wakes Colne/Chappel. The pub in the backgroung is known as the Swan. the River normally runs alongside the pub and there is a lovely beer garden directly next to the river; the pub is not adverse to such floodings, but rarely do the waters come up so high !
Penshurst, Kent UK - flooding of the River Eden in January 2009, from www.penshurst-online.co.uk
Morpeth Northumberland UK Flood 6th September 2008 video taken 7th Sept after the River Wansbeck broke through flood defences with over 1000 homes affected. Water levels were over 8 feet higher.
7th September 2008 Morpeth,Northumberland the day after and water levels 8ft lower. When 1000 homes were affected by flood water from the River Wansbeck at Morpeth Northumberland
The River Wear in spate in Durham City (England) showing flooding on Framwelgate Waterside and high water elsewhere. Mostly shot around 6pm on 6th September, a couple of shots around 11am on 7th September.
video.news.sky.com The Environment Agency is warning torrential rain across Britain could continue to cause flooding for several days. Overnight hundreds of homes have had to be evacuated. The north-east of England has been hardest hit with several people having to be winched to safety by RAF helicopters.
Floods in Wales and England 2008, As the rivers rise the flood water takes over. High water in this river spilt across the road.
brighton beach worst storm for 40 years Heavy seas and winds of up to 80mph (128km/h) have battered parts of England, causing chaos on roads, railways and at airports and ports. Flights at Heathrow and Gatwick airports were cancelled, speed restrictions put in place on railway lines, and roads and ports were closed. The AA said it was on course for its busiest day of the year so far. About 7000 homes in south-west England were left without power due to the severe storm. An AA spokeswoman said it was predicting to receive 16000 call-outs during the day, compared with an average of 9500. She said: "As well as breakdowns, the AA is being called to deal with cars damaged by falling branches and other debris and affected by localised flooding. "The AA is warning drivers to slow down and take extra care on the roads. "Drivers will seriously endanger themselves and other motorists if they underestimate the power of wind gusts and drive too fast." In West Sussex, 30 people were rescued from a caravan park after flood defences were breached. In Cornwall, more than 30 properties in the seaside towns of Looe, Fowey, Mevagissey and Flushing were hit by wind-driven high tides. Parts of north-east England were also hit by snowfall, with snow ploughs needed to keep some roads open. While flood warnings in Devon and Cornwall were downgraded later on Monday, the Environment Agency said the Bristol Channel, Severn Estuary and Somerset coast remained at risk of flooding. There were 33 flood ...
Hundreds of people were being allowed to return to their homes in low-lying areas of eastern England on Friday, as fears of surging waves diminished. Brought to you by Mediascrape
Steve from S Dyke Building Services Ltd & AnyTime UK Fire & Flood Restoration trying to get to their first emergency call out during the floods in southern england, 20th July 2007. This was taken about 3 hours after the rains came down. Sorry ...some swearing...f word used...sorry. Steves van is in front driving through flood waters up the main A4 in Beenham Berkshire, followed closely behind by Paul.
As the drains at the foot of Duppas Hill fail the road starts to flood
Heavy flooding brought by Cyclone Yemyin devastates Pakistan. Flood victims are in desperate need of humanitarian aid. Operation Blessing is on the ground in Pakistan helping to bring relief in real time through shelter kits and other much needed essential items. While flooding is still affecting other regions worldwide such as China and England, Pakistani flood victims still need help in the aftermath of this disaster. website: www.ob.org
Heavy flooding brought by Cyclone Yemyin devastates Pakistan. Flood victims are in desperate need of humanitarian aid. Operation Blessing is on the ground in Pakistan helping to bring relief in real time through shelter kits and other much needed essential items. While flooding is still affecting other regions worldwide such as China and England, Pakistani flood victims still need help in the aftermath of this disaster.
Nick Owen and Christa Ackroyd present a special programme on the floods from BBC Birmingham
6 inches of rain in 24 hours in central and southern England causes worst flooding in 60 years July 24, 2007: The Independent newspaper calls it "A 21st century catastrophe." Heavy rains between last Friday and Saturday caused an estimated $4 billion in damage and left a third of a million people without drinking water, thousands more homeless and several towns isolated. The Guardian newspaper reveals the previous Labour government ignored two separate reports in 2004 and 2005, warning of inadequate drainage systems nationwide. The government has now ordered an independent review of the disaster and promised an additional $400 million to improve flood defences. The flooding coincides with a new study to be published in the science journal Nature that links human-induced climate change to rainfall patterns. The director of climate research at Environment Canada, Francis Zweirs, who co-authored the study, told the Globe and Mail, "It's the first time we've detected in precipitation data a clear imprint of human influence on the climate system...Temperature changes we can cope with. But water changes are much more difficult...That will have economic impacts, and impacts on food production and could ultimately displace population." APTN has video of the inundated British countryside.
Ok, I know most of you living in the UK have had enough of the rain! But my village flooded today ;-; when the river up north burst it came gushing down! so yeah, heres the video I made
Hello on this Monday, the 23 day of July 2007. I'm Kristin Volk with a UPI Headline Update. Britain is experiencing some of its worst flooding in nearly sixty years. The rising waters in the southern part of the country have made thousands homeless and submerged entire towns under water. Prime Minister Gordon Brown rejected criticism that his government had failed to anticipate the latest floods which came just weeks after heavy rain in northern England. Those rains killed a number of people and flooded several towns. Insurance estimate claims for flood damage between June and July could top nearly 4 billion pounds. Japan has now agreed to work with the UN atomic watchdog in inspecting its earthquake-hit nuclear power plant. The country had reportedly rejected an offer from the International Atomic Energy Agency to inspect the plant. It was hit last week by a 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Energy officials say the information gathered at the plant will help secure safety at existing and future nuclear power facilities. A new poll shows that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has more than double the support of her rival, Senator Barack Obama. Fifty-four percent say Clinton has the best chance of winning the 2008 presidential election while 22 percent believe Obama does. That's trailed by former Senator John Edwards. South Korea is negotiating with Taliban militants for the release of 23 abducted South Koreans. Officials are hoping that negotiations would ...
This is a video made by both myself and Daniel Roberts about the Major flooding in Newbury, England.
video taken before the main floods started on 20th July. Cameraphone footage. river chelt flooding cheltenham united kingdom ukriverchelt for still images from 20th july 2007 visit: www.flickr.com
This is a video created by myself and Daniel Roberts about the major floods in Newbury, England.
recent flash flooding in Central England
cheltenham flood #3 cheltenham fire station and the road which runs over the bridge on the river chelt. water is running out of the housefronts. for still images from 20th july 2007 visit: www.flickr.com river chelt flooding cheltenham united kingdom ukriverchelt
cheltenham flood #2 flood barrier in hesters way park overcome. for still images from 20th july 2007 visit: www.flickr.com river chelt flooding cheltenham united kingdom ukriverchelt
cheltenham flood #1 princess elizabeth way - shell garage and securicor entrance, water running over top of bridge and into housing estate on opposite side of road. for still images from 20th july 2007 visit: www.flickr.com river chelt flooding cheltenham united kingdom ukriverchelt
Travelling back form Stratford Upon Avon in floods, and being splashed by an idiotic driver.
The Reabrook floods 21/07/07 worst flooding ever !
DATE OF FILMING: 20th July, 2007 I happened to be at the scene when this happened after heavy rainfall in the town of Kingston, United Kingdom so, I filmed it. In all my time in England, I have never seen such heavy rains. Watch my video clip here:one.revver.com
Live footage of the floods in London that swept the nation! Me driving notice the L plates lol This flood was in Kenton
I took a trip to Woking today and it was flooded.
After 5 minutes of rain & hail!
It rained solidly for 24 hours. My house nearly flooded (as you can tell) it was much worse in other places.
Severe flooding in Aldershot, Hampshire, England during the month of August 2006.
The Worst Flooding in Stafford
The extent of the flooding in a part of the uk that hasn't really ever seen flooding. This is my house. The video was recorded on a mobile phone so sorry for the low quality.
Pictures from the Sheffield Flood (25/06/2007), from outside the Sheffield Wednesday (SWFC) ground on Penistone Road North. The River Don was some 10-or-so foot higher than normal and was filtering out underneath the SWFC south stand, in turn flooding onto the road, which then immersed abandoned cars. Various angles of the flooding on that road at it's worst on the day. www.deejayone.co.uk http www.whitefaces.co.uk
PLEASE LEAVE COMMENTS!!!!!!this is a video of the bridge at the back of rufford street flanshaw wakefield yorkshire uk UK
9pm Lambert St Princes Rd Newland Ave. Hull floods flooding water paddle streets of rain river torrent waves. Not as bad as some got it though.....
Just a clip i took on my moby outside of work. Was a bit stranded!
stills and vids of the flooding in our small village of kinsley ,yorkshire ,england , the weather guys are saying this month (june) is the wettest ever on record , 6 weeks rain in 24 hours
Leger Way Doncaster Flooding
A very heavy downpour left this road outside my work really flooded.
swollen river has bought down trees
England is literally going under!