Sewage seen in flood-hit homes in Worcester
Some flood-hit residents in Worcester have found sewage in their homes.
Matt Beesley, of Diglis Avenue, said he left his home on Wednesday after he saw human excrement in his kitchen.
He returned on Friday to assess the damage and said he was angry that the authorities had not been able to prevent sewage spreading into homes.
"They've should've know that this was going to happen, so we've had to do everything ourselves..." he said.
"We've made all the telephone calls... no-one's come back to us."
As more rain falls across the county, Jon Fraser, Worcestershire highways manager, tells BBC News the main bridge in and out of Worcester would remain closed but they would review the decision.
14 Feb 2014