Road turned into river as Teme breaks its banks
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Fields turned into torrent near Powick as Teme breaks its banks

The River Teme near Powick in Worcestershire has reached its highest level since 2007, with numerous roads in the area blocked by floodwater.

However, Dave Throup, from the Environment Agency said flood defences were successfully protecting the village itself.

Mr Throup, who captured the video said, despite the volume of water flowing under the A449, it was not the River Teme itself, but part of the flood plain.

  • 27 Oct 2019
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