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    Record Floods Sweep UK

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    In Stroud, Gloucestershire, a flooded neighborhood where water reportedly reached about two meters (6.6 feet) in depth.
    Photo: Zara Davis

    In Stroud, Gloucestershire, a flooded neighborhood where water reportedly reached about two meters (6.6 feet) in depth.
    Photo: Zara Davis

     

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    A department store parking lot flooded by the surging River Humber.
    Photo: Jason Fanthorpe

    A department store parking lot flooded by the surging River Humber.
    Photo: Jason Fanthorpe

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    A flooded street in Stroud.
    Photo: Zara Davis

    A flooded street in Stroud.
    Photo: Zara Davis

     

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    Emergency workers such as these rescued thousands of stranded Britons in June and July.
    Photo: Zara Davis

    Emergency workers such as these rescued thousands of stranded Britons in June and July.
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    Flooding in a neighborhood in Stroud.
    Photo: Zara Davis

    Flooding in a neighborhood in Stroud.
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    Coyeta Brown watches flood waters in Gloucester on July 24.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

    Coyeta Brown watches flood waters in Gloucester on July 24.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

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    Coyeta Brown surveys the damage in her flooded house on Alney Terrace in Gloucester.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

    Coyeta Brown surveys the damage in her flooded house on Alney Terrace in Gloucester.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

     

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    Two girls walk across the flood water on July 24 in Upton-upon-Severn in Worcestershire, where the river overtopped its banks and many homes were evacuated.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

    Two girls walk across the flood water on July 24 in Upton-upon-Severn in Worcestershire, where the river overtopped its banks and many homes were evacuated.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

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    Children in a raft in Toll Bar, South Yorkshire, after the River Don overtopped its banks and submerged the village.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

    Children in a raft in Toll Bar, South Yorkshire, after the River Don overtopped its banks and submerged the village.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

     

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    Surveying the damage in Toll Bar, South Yorkshire, on June 29.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

    Surveying the damage in Toll Bar, South Yorkshire, on June 29.
    Photo: Dan Kitwood

     

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