Ottery St Mary and other parts of east Devon were hit by a freak hail storm and flooding in October 2008 - two years on and some residents are still awaiting their full insurance pay-outs. Photo: Richard Wells.
Some properties were left under several feet of water. It was not just Ottery St Mary which was affected - many other towns and villages were flooded, too.
Roads in east Devon became flooded very quickly - these cars were caught up in flood water near Exeter.
A foot of hail fell in just a couple of hours - leaving householders with a clear-up operation.
Some homeowners have hit out at insurers for not paying out in full.
Much of east Devon was left under water - including these fields at Stoke Canon.
The storm was so sudden it caught people unaware - this motorist had to be rescued.
Ottery St Mary was the worst affected area by the 2008 storm - the hail led to large drifts.
Flooded fields in east Devon, October 2008.
A tractor caught in flood water.
Gold Street in Ottery St Mary, left covered in mud following the floods of 2008.
Clearing the drift away after the freak storm of October 2008
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