Big clean-up begins in flood-hit Cornish village
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Cornwall floods: Big clean-up begins in Coverack village

Emergency services are examining what damage was caused after heavy rain sent a 4ft torrent of water through a Cornish village.

Properties were damaged and several people had to be rescued in Coverack, on the Lizard Peninsula.

The BBC's Jon Kay reports from Coverack.

  • 19 Jul 2017
  • From the section UK
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