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Pictures of flooding in Worcestershire during Christmas 2013
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That's about it from me. Try to grab a couple of days. Back on duty Monday pm ready for another roller coaster! Thanks for support.— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 27, 2013
Most rivers now receding and a fairly dry weekend. We're going to try to rest our people this weekend ready for forecast rain next week.— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 27, 2013
The B4211 Hanley Road has reopened. The riverside lane still has water on it and barriers are in place to keep vehicles on the dry side.— Jackie Surtees (@uptonuponsevern) December 27, 2013
Hanley Road #Upton open, single lane, drive slowly to avoid spreading floodwater to nearby properties.— Malvern Cops (@MalvernCops) December 27, 2013
ROADS across Worcestershire will be gritted tonight as temperatures are set to fall.
A451 Kidderminster to Stourport road reopens after tree fall.
Hanley Rd, Upton will remain closed while water recedes fully from one lane. Update in 1hr.— Malvern Cops (@MalvernCops) December 27, 2013
A man whose body was found in a garden pond on Boxing Day has been named.
Day at the races: Pitchcroft, Worcester, under water.
South Quay, Worcester.
The Severn bursts its banks in Worcester.
Worcester under water. Picture by reader Jon Ludllow. Send your pictures to email@example.com
Fladbury, near Pershore
Fladbury, near Pershore.
Cropthorne Mill, Fladbury, near Pershore.
Fallen trees block roads in Worcester and Malvern.
Such sunset, very river, so wow, much flood http://t.co/w2VyvLsrgF— Carlos (@Carlos_Brownie) December 26, 2013
A451 Kidderminster to Stouport Road blocked in both directions near old Suger Beet Factory due to fallen tree. Avoid area as disruption.— Supt Kevin Purcell (@SuptNorthWorcs) December 27, 2013
Minor flooding impacts in lower River Severn may continue through weekend. Levels falling slowly. pic.twitter.com/iWYknse9DC— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 27, 2013
Worcester racecourse underwater pic.twitter.com/apkVNfj0OU— Freya Leng (@freyaleng) December 27, 2013
Due to flooded we will have to remain close until further notice. Updates on twitter. Sorry for any inconvenience.PleaseRT #worcester#flood— Worcester Golf Range (@WorcGolfRange) December 27, 2013
12:48am Fri 27 Dec 13
Great Pics. Buy hey, this is Worcester. It floods here. Every year! It's not news.
We're live again with more flooding updates (Friday, December 27)
Yellow and amber warnings for wind and rain issued for parts of the UK tomorrow. Details here http://t.co/IHg2saECeL— Met Office Storms (@metofficestorms) December 26, 2013
River level still dropping. About 1/2 a brick lower on flood wall at 3pm.— Jackie Surtees (@uptonuponsevern) December 26, 2013
More trouble knocking on the door! Next storm moving in from SW. Gales and heavy rain. pic.twitter.com/me9XAwMcXY— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
Some seriously big things going through the middle of Worcester right now! Keep away from flood water. pic.twitter.com/rME3xZvvbi— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
Plenty of water at Worcester but not causing many problems. Open for business. pic.twitter.com/cIZT8BQqYd— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
Good afternoon Bobbin - 13.15 with a great flood view... http://t.co/kqCPZZU1g9— Worcester Peregrines (@worc_peregrines) December 26, 2013
Flood risk on the lower Severn will remain raised through the weekend. Tonight's rain may cause local issues pic.twitter.com/okgeJcofJ6— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
3/3: This investigation is at an early stage and it is unlikely that any further information will be released today.— West Mercia Police (@WMerciaPolice) December 26, 2013
2/3: The man is yet to be identified and the scene is cordoned off at the present time while investigative work continues.— West Mercia Police (@WMerciaPolice) December 26, 2013
1/3: Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a pond near Chaucer Street in Kidderminster this morning.— West Mercia Police (@WMerciaPolice) December 26, 2013
Floods towards Worcester http://t.co/HOi8Bh1hVM— Nick Stephens (@Nick_Stephens_) December 26, 2013
Worcester rowing club and the racecourse pic.twitter.com/Nsr9iuK3wg— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
Avon floodplain at Shuthonger very full. Water now backing up against the Severn pic.twitter.com/mCLdSVLmJJ— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
A man in a mobility scooter had to be rescued by firefighters after becoming stranded in floodwater this morning.
10:32am Thu 26 Dec 13
Was that new hotel by the cricket ground in Worcester under water or did they build it high enough?
We're taking off the flood warnings on the River Avon in #worcestershire as levels continue to fall.— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
Talking to locals and visitors at Upton on Christmas Day. pic.twitter.com/81xwEW8ULM— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
Photo: Christmas Day floods, Broomhall http://t.co/Vd5nZbFUve— Richard Aldred (@richardaldred) December 25, 2013
Flood warnings are still in place for Diglis & Pitchcroft. River Severn expected to peak today http://t.co/t28NQUTu6U— WorcesterCityCouncil (@myworcester) December 26, 2013
Despite the high levels all our local riverside towns are open for business, so don't be put off visiting the Boxing Day sales!— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
Water level seems to have dropped overnight. Hanley Road car park. 6 bricks & coping layer clear on flood wall. pic.twitter.com/0U2Oo0u2VG— Jackie Surtees (@uptonuponsevern) December 26, 2013
Christmas Day sunset at Kempsey. From one of our guys looking after the defences. pic.twitter.com/R95LOwWEag— Dave Throup (@DaveThroupEA) December 26, 2013
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Worcester Cathedral and a flooded river Severn pic.twitter.com/AL28VxSVZk— Phil Randal (@philrandal) December 25, 2013
River Severn in flood at Carrington Bridge. http://t.co/H3BZ7tG1KO— Pete Breakwell (@BigBreakers) December 25, 2013
Boats moored along the Severn in flood at Carrington Bridge. http://t.co/TnqHjCInZq— Pete Breakwell (@BigBreakers) December 25, 2013
Upton upon Severn today , A fair bit lower than last Christmas pic.twitter.com/mHikvNvzeT— Craig Wilcox (@craigwilcox1978) December 25, 2013
And guess what was happening in Worcestershire over Christmas last year...
Man and dog rescued from flood.
Multiple flood warnings for Upton-upon-Severn.
"Please do not try to access Upton via Hanley Road. It is flooded.” #WorcsWeather— Worcestershire (@worcscc) December 25, 2013
Worcester racecourse pic.twitter.com/rQjMJVquez— Phil Randal (@philrandal) December 25, 2013
Evesham folks: If you're parked on Waterside, you might want to move your car... http://t.co/chR5K8yyUd— Mark Goodge (@MarkGoodge) December 24, 2013
Flood warning for Diglis, peaking Thursday PM. Hood St and Quay St could be affected http://t.co/ObBWHzzRec— WorcesterCityCouncil (@myworcester) December 24, 2013
Flooding at Porters Mill..... pic.twitter.com/gxILbuK9yb— Droitwich SNTs (@DroitwichCops) December 24, 2013
Lots of flooding throughout the area. Please drive safely when your out and about over the next few days. pic.twitter.com/wv6aWnYLrI— Droitwich SNTs (@DroitwichCops) December 24, 2013
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