Britons are happy with water, 1300 families leave home: Photos | abroad

It is feared that the Great Ous River will flow, resulting in flooding. Officials in other parts of Great Britain have also warned of the effects of Storm Bella.

Earlier on Boxing Day there was heavy rain and heavy rain, which caused the Great Oz River to overflow. thisA wet christmas, Headed the Daily Mail.

While the British left their homes, farms and roads, the city of Bedford flooded with others. For example, a woman had to secure her father’s belongings “through the walls” an hour before the river.

The Great Ous River has severely broken its banks.

The Great Ous River has severely broken its banks.

What’s left can save

Claire Devani (38) had to bring all the tables and chairs to the first floor and take refuge in a hotel. “You walk around thinking, okay, what are we going to sacrifice?” We brought paperwork, photographs and all the memories of children. We did not have time for the kitchen. “

An iron fence is believed to stop in the water, and where is it ?, Ironbridge.

An iron fence is believed to stop in the water, and where is it ?, Ironbridge.

When the police came to him and told him that he had to leave soon, the officers said “Corona is no longer an issue.” Then I began to worry.

Disaster christmas

On Saturday night, Bella threatened to hit the hardest. The British are holding their hearts, but thanks to the evacuation, there should not be major damage.

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However, a cozy Christmas falls overboard for families. “We know some people have seen their Christmas wasted,” said Joe Harris, a regional politician in Cotswold. “We support them.” His colleague Andrew Doherty thanked ‘all the staff who were busy carrying sandbags during Christmas and Boxing Day’.

Road signs are already underwater in Bedford.

Road signs are already underwater in Bedford.

Also in the Netherlands, KNMI has released Code Yellow for Hurricane Bella, during the day on Saturday night and Sunday. Heavy gusts of wind come from 80–100 km / h. The British flood situation is not expected.

The storm also draws attention to the sea.

The storm also draws attention to the sea.

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