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St Asaph flooding 'affected people very deeply'

Long-term plans to reduce the flooding risk in St Asaph are being unveiled, two years after an elderly woman died and 400 homes were evacuated.

Natural Resources Wales aims to improve the city's flood defences and manage drainage upstream.

A drop-in session on Wednesday will let the public view the plans.

Denise Hodgkinson, a city councillor for the St Asaph West ward, said residents had been reassured but she told BBC Radio Wales' Oliver Hides that some were affected very deeply by the events of November 2012.

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