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Pembrokeshire hit again by fierce storms

Heavy rain and strong winds have hit Wales overnight as forecasters warn of further storms on Saturday bringing a threat of flooding.

It comes as engineers battle to restore power to 4,000 homes without electricity in mid and north Wales.

Three flood warnings and 30 alerts have been issued by Natural Resources Wales.

Pembrokeshire was badly affected, with roads across the county flooded and several routes hit by falling trees.

BBC Radio Wales presenter Nelli Bird spoke to Pembrokeshire council's head of highways and construction, Darren Thomas, on the Good Morning Wales programme.

Flooding threat as storms sweep in

  • 15 Feb 2014
  • From the section Wales
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