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'Floods have devastated my communityEven as the flood water was still raging, in the devastated Calder Valley plans for operation clean up were starting to take shape. Living between a river and a canal means we’re used to flooding here but the speed and scale of Saturday’s tragedy

took everyone by surprise

. I cried as I saw the r

iver rushing unstoppably through the streets of the town - ruining lives and properties as it swe

pt by - and stood, stunned with shock as I watched our electricity sub-station explode and burst into flames. But as my nei

ghbour put it: “It’s never been this bad but no-one’s died - and the rest we can fix.” And that’s what we tried to do. Overrun: The village of Hebden Bridge was swamped with the raging water (Image: PA) With most roads out

of Hebden Bridge closed or inpassable and power supplies still down, marooned residents spent Boxing Day night arranging to help themselves and others - taking to social media to arrange collection and meeting points and pool resources. READ MORE:Hundreds of homes evacuated as experts warn worse floods are on their way  As a bright, dry Sunday dawned,

residents across the valley were up early to start salvaging what they could of their water-l

ogged businesses and homes. They took the streets of Hebden Bridge in their hundreds, armed with shovels, brushes and cleaning products to unblock drains, move ruined stock and shift silt, mud and debris from the battered main road. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now Others started the long, sad job of clearing out ruined furniture from Central Street Infant and Nursery School - still recovering from the 2012 floods - and nearby Riverside Junior School. Across the road the Trades Club offered volunteers and those still without electricity a place to warm up with tea and soup, while others used Facebook to offer camper vans, caravans and spare rooms to th

ose that

needed a place t

o stay. A mile away in Mytholmroyd - where houses had been deluged by more than eight feet of water - residents and business owners were still in shock. Struggling through: Floowaters surround the cinema and local shops in the centre of Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire (Image: PA) Trudging along sludgy paths and pavements, people stopped to look at where a travel agents’ office had crumbled backwards into the river. Others wanted to know where they could b

uy food and other supplies or collect friends stranded in nearby towns. One woman, Suzanne Paskin, 45, had spent the last 24 hours struggling to get back into Mytholmroyd to find out what had happened to her brand new home, after visiting relatives in Leeds. Walk on water: Floodwaters surrounds local shops in the centre of Myt

holmroyd near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire (Image: PA) She had just bought the three bedroom terraced property and only collected the keys on Christmas Eve. Currently renting another house in the centre of Hebden Bridge with her two sons, Elio, eight, and Hani, `12, she arrived back in the valley to find both had been flooded. Working with friends to clean mud and dirty water away, she said it had been a devastating time. As she explained: “I only collected the keys two days ago - it’s pretty messed up and it will take a long time to get things right. Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in8CancelPlay now “I’ve been renting a property in Hebden Bridge and that was flooded too - with all our things in it. “L2020生肖的波色图网址 ike so many people I was visiting relatives when the floods started and spent yesterday trying to get back to see exactly how bad it was. It is worse than we thought.” And with more bad weather set to come, let’s hope the worst really is behind us. Read MoreChristmas floodsDrone footage of 200-year-old pubMonths rain in a dayRescued through a sunroofM62 sinkhole causes chaosExperts warn worse floods are on wayFlood bar

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pened in YorkIs this why floods have been so bad?

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