Holiday park near Aberystwyth which was flooded in June 2012
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Call by assembly members to improve emergency response

Parts of Wales have been devastated by floods in recent years and a new report by a committee of assembly members says the way organisations respond to major floods and other civil emergencies could be improved.

The assembly's public accounts committee wants to see closer scrutiny of how organisations such as the police, fire, medical services and local authorities plan for and cope with civil emergencies.

Jenny Rathbone is a Labour Assembly Member and a member of the committee.

Mai Davies on BBC Radio Wales asked her whether the committee was concerned about the way services responded and how those responses were organised.

Civil emergency plans 'can improve'

  • 01 Jul 2013
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