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Flooding in England: wife dies after being swept away in Derbyshire

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Media Title Latest helicopter footage shows the heavy flooding in South Yorkshire.

A woman died after she was submerged in rainwater all over England. [19659004] Her body was taken at 10:40 GMT from the Derwent River in Darley Dale, Derbyshire.

In Yorkshire people were evacuated from their homes, and the road and rail network is chaotic.

Six Along the Don in Doncaster, there are heavy warnings that pose a danger to life, and some residents are encouraged to leave their homes.

Early in the morning, emergency services were called to the Derwent River near Matlock. [1

9659004] The woman was said to have been washed away by the flood in Rowsley, and the body was found in Darley Dale.


In Darley Dale, where the body of the woman was found, there were heavy floods

There are more than 100 flood warnings across England.

The six flood warnings were issued in the following locations:

  • Don River in Barnby Dun
  • Don River in Bentley
  • River Don in Kirk Bramwith
  • River Don in Kirk Sandall
  • The Don in South Bramwith
  • The Don at Caravan Site Willow Bridge

Fran Lowe of the Environmental Agency (EA) urged people to take them seriously "as they pose a threat to life".

immediately and leave any place affected by a severe flood warning, "he said: 00 GMT.



People were taken to safety in boats in Rotherham

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Vehicles are submerged in floodwaters in the city

More than 50 people were rescued from static homes after the Willow Bridge caravan site near Doncaster was flooded when the River Don exceeded.

The highest measured level of the river is currently just over 6.3m, higher than it was in 2007, when it was flooded.

Tim McNeil said he was stranded on his flooded housing estate in Mexborough, Doncaster.

"Losing much," he said.

Residents of the Yarborough Terrace at Doncaster were also rescued from their homes by boats when hip-high water filled the street.

One woman reported that the ground floor of her property was about 50 square miles Water had filled at 07:00 GMT and added, "I never knew it was that bad."

Another resident said, "We've just made the decision to get out of here as soon as possible, it's dangerous as it is and it only gets worse.


Railway lines around the New The York Stadium in Rotherham is closed due to flooding

The residents of Rotherham were told to stay at home and not leave, unless the emergency services have told them to do so.

The city council said the city center, Whiston, Catcliffe and Laughton Common are the areas of greatest concern.

According to the EA, several large-volume pumps were used to pump water from homes in Catcliffe.

Firefighters used boats to rescue people who stranded Thursday at Parkgate shopping mall. Dozens of them stayed at City Hall.

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Shops were flooded in Rotherham

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After an overnight evacuation, cars were stranded in the Parkgate Center

The flood continues to cause serious disruption to the transport network. Northern warns of serious disruptions in its network .

The rail operator ordered passengers using five lines not to travel on the flood-ridden network.

These are routes between Sheffield and Gainsborough, Sheffield and Lincoln, Sheffield and Goole, Hebden Bridge and Rochdale, and the route from Sheffield via Moorthorpe to Leeds.

The highest recorded rainfall Thursday night was in Swineshaw in the Peak District, which had 112 mm in 24 hours.

Parts of Sheffield experienced 85 mm during the same period.

The average monthly rainfall for Yorkshire was at this level. The full-length of the year is 89 mm.

Met Office meteorologist Alex Burkill said that although the rain subsided, the "impact of it will continue to be felt."

"Some places have seen rain worth a month in one day," he said. 59060] Media playback is not supported on your device.

Media Signature Becky said that people bought pajamas from Primark to make their stay more comfortable.

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A Morrisons van was captured at Rufford Ford in Nottinghamshire

Dozens of people stranded overnight at the Meadowhall shopping center in Sheffield were forced to sit on chairs and benches.

A spokesman said about 30 people stayed the whole night, and employees helped others Find a hotel or take a taxi home.

According to the Sheffield City Council, several main roads from Derbyshire to Sheffield remained closed.

Meanwhile, a "serious incident" has been reported in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, after dozens of homes and properties were evicted in Mansfield.

City Councilor Simon Greaves said the Bassetlaw District Council opened its leisure center, and some residents would need to be taken there by boat.

In Derby, flood protection is being built on the Exeter Bridge as the Derwent River continues to rise.

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