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Monday, September 24, 2012

Council monitors flooding as heavy rain continues

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Denbighshire County Council is continuing to monitor the weather situation as the heavy rain that has been affecting the region continues.
The Environment Agency has issued flood alerts for the Upper and Lower Dee rivers, as well as the River Clwyd from Clocaenog to Ruthin.

The council says it has received a significant number of calls and requests for sandbags over recent hours, with the Corwen and Prestatyn seeming to be the worst affected areas.

The main problems appear to be with streams and other watercourses overflowing and creating problems but the council assures it is doing all it can to deal with any problems.

If you are concerned about flooding in your area, you should call the Floodline number on 0845 988 1188 using quickdial 192002 for up-to-date flooding information. People can also follow television, radio and online weather forecasts for the latest information.

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