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Environment Agency 6h
Our two high capacity ultra-high volume pumps are now at work helping to protect people and property by reducing flood levels at . Check your risk
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Environment Agency 7h
Our teams are continuing to work 24/7 at with emergency services to help protect the community. Today we installed 2 high capacity ultra-high volume pumps to reduce the level of floodwaters. Check your risk
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Env Agency Midlands 8h
We are continuously monitoring the situation in , following fantastic work by the to reinforce the bank. You can see our drone footage of the area here
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John Curtin 15h
One map that’s says it all. And most of that rain fell in just a couple days. Ulceby Rain Gauge - which is at the top of the Steeping catchment -recorded 132mm (5.2 inches) of rain from 10/12th of June - June average is 60mm. Response continues to support those affected
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Env Agency Midlands 12h
Did you know? It takes 5 articulated lorries to deliver our Ultra High Volume Pumps. Our staff are busy setting up the pumps in in order to start pumping flood water away from the area.
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Environment Agency 11h
The flood risk for the today and Monday remains low, although there will be showers, occasionally heavy, at times. In , staff are working 24/7 at . We're operating 2 high ultra-high volume pumps today to lower flood waters
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Environment Agency 12h
This map shows how much rain fell in - more than twice the monthly average. This extreme rainfall put stress on the banks at & led to the flooding. The repair continues to hold. We are on the ground 24/7 working with partners to keep people safe.
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Env Agency Midlands 16h
Our incident room was open all night monitoring the situation in : the bank repair is holding & we, IDBs and firefighters continue pumping excess water from the river out to sea. River levels dropping slowly. Here's the latest from :
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Env Agency Midlands Jun 15
Latest update: We are working with the to reinforce the flood embankment at after the 2 and a half months’ rainfall fell within 3 days. We will keep you updated as the situation continues. We would encourage people to stay away from the area as work takes place.
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Env Agency Midlands Jun 15
We will be pumping water away from areas in . are urging residents not to attempt returning to their homes until it is safe. Latest updates can be found here:
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Environment Agency Jun 15
The close season for coarse fishing on rivers ends this . If you do tomorrow please be , check our warnings before you go & stay out of waters. If you need a go to
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Env Agency Midlands Jun 15
Our staff are out and about on the ground providing advice and guidance to those who have been by the recent . Keep up to date with risk by visiting
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John Curtin Jun 15
The rain may have gone but the flood risk hasn’t - we have an AMBER area of risk around Wainfleet given the continued incident - please heed advice of emergency services and keep safe
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John Curtin Jun 14
After the dropping of 270, 1 tonne bags the breach on the River Steeping is closed - well done all responders, staff and - now it’s over to the pumps
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Environment Agency Jun 14
Over the weekend, we will be continuing to work 24/7 with and teams on measures to help combat the in . If you have been affected, please continue to follow the advice of the emergency services.
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Environment Agency Jun 14
Here's the latest update from the incident in Lincolnshire today. We're on the ground working with and to support all those affected.
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James Bevan Jun 14
My thoughts are with those affected by the horrendous and this week and I’m so incredibly proud of how the public, our partners and the have responded together.
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Environment Agency Jun 14
The worst of the has now passed in most areas of the country. However river levels remain high so please continue to take care and continue to check your flood risk:
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Environment Agency Jun 14
We continue to work in close partnership with the , advising on repairs to the banks of the River Steeping in and now have over 40 tonnes of sand bags in place. For anyone affected, please continue to follow the advice of the emergency services.
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Env Agency Midlands Jun 14
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