Flooded homes in St Asaph
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St Asaph residents told to leave homes amid flooding

Hundreds of residents have been told to leave their homes as widespread flooding affects north Wales.

People in St Asaph were warned to evacuate some 500 properties after the River Elwy broke its banks.

Aerial footage shows the extent of the damage to the area.

The BBC spoke to some of those people who have had to move out of their homes and take shelter in the city's leisure centre.

  • 27 Nov 2012
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