Storm Dennis: In pictures

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Storm Dennis has swept across the UK, leaving flooding and transport disruption in its wake.

An aerial view of the Welsh village of Crickhowell which has been cut off after the river Usk bursts its banks. February 16, 2020Image source, Getty Images
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The Welsh village of Crickhowell was cut off after the river Usk bursts its banks
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Rescue workers waded through the flooded roads of the village of Nantgarw in Rhondda Cynon Taff
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Members of the emergency services helped families leave flooded houses by rescue boat in Nantgarw
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An elderly resident is evacuated from a flooded house in Nantgarw, south Wales
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In this photo taken by a resident of Nantgarw, houses and cars on Oxford Street are semi-submerged by floodwater
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A woman walks past sand bag flood defences in the village of Naburn near York as water levels rose on the River Ouse
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A woman looks out of her window as ducks swim past in floodwater after the River Severn burst its banks in Bewdley, west of Birmingham
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A man works to remove a tree blown over by Storm Dennis in Birkenshaw on the outskirts of Bradford
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People begin the clean-up following Saturday's flooding in Newcastleton, Scotland. Towns in the Scottish Borders including Jedburgh, Hawick and Newcastleton have experienced heavy flooding since Storm Dennis hit
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Residents lay sandbags outside their homes in Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire, in expectation of rising river levels
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A P&O passenger ferry leaves the Port of Dover in Dover, Kent, bound for France
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Exposed roof timbers are pictured after a part of building collapsed in Herne Bay, Kent
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Bricks and debris cover damaged cars after part of a building collapsed in Herne Bay, Kent
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Tree debris was washed away on flooded football pitches in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire
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Soldiers from the Highlanders, 4th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland, stepped in to assist with flood defences
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Barricades were put in place by emergency workers in North Yorkshire
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This is the scene in the historic city of York as levels on the River Ouse rose
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A lorry and a coach are submerged in floodwater from the River Teme on the A443 near Lindridge, Worcestershire
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A local resident is escorted through the debris left by receding floodwater in Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taf
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A man sweeps up flood water in a convenience store in Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire, on Monday after the River Teme broke its banks

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