It was festive time but the day Britain went under water

People were preparing for the Christmas and Boxing day but the days Britain went under water. Due to heavy rain more flooding in northern England like Lancashire, Yorkshire & Humber, Leeds, Rochdale, Summerseat and Great Manchester cities and towns are badly affected. Affected areas are being evacuated. lets pray for quick recovery and no more natural disaster.

‘The UK hit by worst floods in decades as towns become ‘mini Venices’ and thousands flee their homes after a MONTH of rain falls in 24 hours.’

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UK floods

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  1. I have very fortunate that the tale end of Hurricane Desmond, then Hurricane Eva has not affected the South and South East of England. The whole of Cumbria has been hit twice breaking river banks and a two month’s worth of rain in one day – as have parts of Scotland. Then over Christmas Cumbria, Most of Scotland, Wales and the North and West of England have been flooded, from York onwards and anything West of Weymouth. So many are without homes this Christmas. Not only have their Christmas trees with presents been swept away, but all their memories and momentos.
    The army has been helping, please let us hope that there are not many deaths.

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  2. Reblogged this on SNIPS & SNAPS and commented:

    I have very fortunate that the tale end of Hurricane Desmond, then Hurricane Eva has not affected the South and South East of England. The whole of Cumbria has been hit twice breaking river banks and a two month’s worth of rain in one day – as have parts of Scotland. Then over Christmas Cumbria, Most of Scotland, Wales and the North and West of England have been flooded, from York onwards and anything West of Weymouth. So many are without homes this Christmas. Not only have their Christmas trees with presents been swept away, but all their memories and momentos.
    The army has been helping, please let us hope that there are not many deaths.

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    1. Thank you the sympathy, empathy. It is nature beyond our capacity but necessary measures must be taken in time to protect life. So sustainability is must, I think.

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