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Milly Molly Does.... Jun 10
Kingston town Kingston bridge closed coming into . Police are doing a great job and getting really soaked
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Tara Lane 31m
Advisory: Rain is piling up from storms in Lancaster & Chesterfield Co. Watch for ponding on roads in these areas & don't drive your car through a flooded road!
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James Thompson Jun 13
Thank you for trying 💪🇬🇧🇬🇧
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Flood digital design team Jun 13
Worth another retweet given the number of rescues in the last few days
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Neil Dufty 22h
Once the sandbags are gone, victims have to come to grips with the long-term aftermath
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nina mae 💖💜💙 3h
when you wake up to your whole town basically being underwater lmao
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Rick Reichmuth 45m
Heavy rainfall this week across the Mississippi & Ohio River Valleys will add to river flooding concerns in these regions.
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ITV News Calendar 11h
More rain and thunderstorms are expected to hit already hit Lincolnshire later this week as the Met Office issue a yellow warning. Read More:
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Ebbwater 2h
This article nicely lays out the pathway dependency of structural control. We need strong leadership to break out of the cycle. With ⁦
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IPS Flow Systems 12h
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Michael Donly 23h
The high water level of Lake Ontario is still having an effect on shoreline property in Belleville this weekend.
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Dr Justin Sharpe 🌋🌀🌊 5h
Every year, every flood, another driver risks their own lives and potentially that of rescuers as vehicle drivers stuck in water. The message is ALWAYS the same Why? 6" of flood water can knock you over, 12" to float a car.
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Patrick Rockey WTKR 3m
TIDE FORECAST for Sewell's Point. Flood stage is 4.5.' Check forecast:
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Henrico Fire 3h
With all of the recent rain, here are some tips to ensure you are protected against floods!
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National Home Repair 39m
Threat of a storm or ... Try to move your furniture upstairs. If some are too heavy to carry (for example, fridge/freezers or tables), try to raise them on bricks, heavy wood or blocks
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Zappa Agency 3h
Most homeowners insurance does not cover damage. Even if you live in an area with low or moderate flood risk, FEMA reports you are 5 times more likely to experience flood than a fire in your home over the next 30 years. Call me today and protect what you’ve built.
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Aspen Environmental 2h
Mold Monday! Small leaks can turn into big problems make sure to have professionals dry any water immediately. For help with mold, musty smells, flooding, or air duct cleaning and sealing call us at (978)681-5023
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Aviva UK Jun 15
Replying to @AvivaUK
This is Nick, he's one of us - if you're in this area and feel you need some support/advice regarding your insurance, you can find him at Coronation Hall
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Angharad Jun 12
It’s all fun & games until the river bursts its banks and suddenly you have a river running through your garden that wasn’t there yesterday!
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urbaneer Jun 10
Highrise condo buyer denied insurance due to emergency |
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