to save fish stranded near the border of England and Wales.

The Environment Agency has rescued more than 130 trout and salmon from the River Teme in north Herefordshire - after baking hot weather saw water levels plummet.

Agency staff have been passing electrical currents through the water to stun the fish, before moving them downstream to deeper waters.

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