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A Marlow Flood Victim
This was he scene in Quarry Road yesterday afternoon. One of a dozen properties that have been engulfed by flood water.
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Date Time:2014:02:12 10:02:30
DateTime Original:2014:02:11 13:20:33
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alanuk  [Feb 12, 2014 at 11:44 AM]
Just been reading a blog on the BBC. Apparently there are around 900 homes flooded; putting this in context in June 2007, some 23,479 homes were flooded so we've a way to go to match those figures. Mind you, if you're one of the 900, it's still grim, of course.
Silversnapper  [Feb 12, 2014 at 12:20 PM]
Grim indeed Alan but it has to be said that flood plains have been flooding for millions of year and building house in such places isn't going to change that unless planning regulations make sure events such as these can be handled and maintained before bricks are laid. Gotta feel sorry these people though!
George  [Feb 12, 2014 at 07:05 PM]
Houses like this next to picturesque rivers once carried a premium, now they carry a millstone
JOHN  [Feb 13, 2014 at 01:58 PM]
Perhaps like they say in America "Pick your State and pick your disaster" But I do feel sorry for the people having to endure this, being flooded out is a most miserable experience.
I have a friend who's was home was flooded in 2007 and he has not yet moved back.
SteveT  [Feb 13, 2014 at 04:05 PM]
You must have taken this between the storm as you have one of those rare blue sky's