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RAT RISK FOR FLOOD VICTIMSFlood victims are today braced for a terrifying new ordeal - an invasion by thousands of deadly disease-ridden rats. Fresh torrents triggered by last nights hours long deluge threaten to flush the creatures from their underground nests and force them into homes. Weary residents of towns and villages already swamped by sewage-polluted water were warned that rats can carry the killer Weils disease which causes liver and kidney failure. Phil Hoey, boss of a drains repair company, said: Rats live in sewers, drains and ditches. If forced to flee by flood water they tend to find refuge in homes and outbuildings. Rats carry disease so it is important to make sure all areas that have been flooded are thoroughly disinfected. Disease is already a threat after floods caused by the wettest early summer since 17

66. High levels of potentially lethal E.coli infect

ion have been found in flooded houses in Tewkesbury, Gloucs. More th

an 350,000 homes in the county - one of the worst affected areas with ne

ighbouring Oxfordshire - are still without tap water. An extra 20,000 sandbags were being distributed last night as temporary flood defences were strengthened to

bat

tle the new threat. Police in Gloucestershire urged people not to take to the roads in case they got stuck in floods and diverted emergency teams from their work. They warned that motorways could be closed to avoid a repeat of the chaos when thousands were stranded on the waterlogged M5. Vandals who damage emergency water tanks in

Gloucestershire were told they will go to jail if caught.

Cops also stepped up patrols to crack down on looting. Consumer watchdogs said t

hey were worried by warnings that water bills will rise to pay for flood defences. But weathermen say sunny weather is coming -

though not until mid-August. Peoplenews@mgn.co.uk

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