Firefighters rescue residents from Minerva Court in the Yorkshire town of Boroughbridge
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UK floods: Flood risk from rising river levels

Thousands of homes in the UK are still in danger of flooding after the worst September storm for thirty years left river levels dangerously high.

The Environment Agency says parts of North Yorkshire are particularly at risk and the River Ouse in York is expected to peak.

Flooding misery is continuing as rising waters put thousands of people's homes at risk around the UK.

Lisa Hampele reports.

  • 27 Sep 2012