Wed 31 December 2008, BBC News

Tyneside: Year in Review 2008

In September the Northumberland market town of Morpeth was hit by some of the worst flooding the county had ever seen. About 1,000 properties were hit and more than 100 people rescued by boat from their homes. More than 400 people were moved to safety when the River Wansbeck burst...
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