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Last Updated: Sunday, 24 June 2007, 09:59 GMT 10:59 UK
Clean-up after town hit by flood
Homes and businesses have been cleaning up after flash floods affected parts of Darlington.

The town's Stanhope Street, Northgate Street, St Cuthbert's Way and Parkgate were closed on Saturday after water levels rose by about 2ft.

Some traders reported water damage, but the centre of the town has now been reopened to traffic.

The Environment Agency has issued a flood warnings for parts of County Durham as more heavy rain is forecast.




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