Hampshire flood chaos 'becomes a risk to life'

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  • Severe flood warning issued with risk to life in Lymington
  • Homes and businesses evacuated
  • Dozens of roads closed across Hampshire
  • Trains not running between Southampton and Bournemouth
  • Trains not running between Eastleigh and Portsmouth
  • Army drafted in to help in Romsey and Winchester
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Another or our reporters, James Franklin, has reported how Priory Road in Southampton resembles "a lake" this evening and has been taped off by emergency services. He says there are reports people are being helped from their homes by fire fighters amid dismal conditions.

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We are getting reports of a major power cut in Lymington. Daily Echo reporter Joe Curtis has said parts of the town have been plunged into darkness. Flood water has already come up over the sea wall at the Quay and a number of people are understood to be on their way to the temporary shelter on offer at Lymington Leisure Centre.

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Gusts of 102mph off the Isle of Wight and 75mph in Southampton have been recorded as the storm gathers momentum tonight.

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Another tree has come down on Castle Lane in Chandler's Ford and is hanging 'precariously' over the road. It has also hit a telephone pole.

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Wind gusts of 90mph have been recorded off The Needles on the Isle of Wight. Speeds of 65mph in Southampton and Lee on Solent.

 

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Daily Echo reporter Emma Streatfield says a tree has fallen down and is arched over the A337 half way between Boldre and Brockenhurst. It is passable on one side of the road, but drivers have limited visibility on the approach from the south. Police have been informed.

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Meanwhile there are reports from Hampshire Constabulary that people in Portsmouth are receving hoax calls from a man claiming to be from a flood helpline -and urging them to leave their homes.

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The Red Cross and Salvation Army are being lined up to provide blankets and food for those who do have to abandon their homes.

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Lymington Leisure Centre is being transformed into a make-shift shelter for up to 200 people overnight.

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Facilities have been set up for people who may have to evacuate their homes in Lymington.

PC Spensley-Corfield, of Hampshire Marine Unit, said they were advising people and businesses to evacuate but they could not force anybody to.

He said they had been to issue this advice by the Environment Agency and local authority.

Anyone who leaves will go to the Lymington leisure centre overnight.

He said the water seemed high already even with three or fours to go and they would get some indication at 9pm as high tide came as to how serious it could become by 11pm.

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Reader Lin Lever has sent us this photo of flooding in King's Somborne.

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Waterloo Road, Quay Street, Quay Road, Bath Road and Kings Saltern Road are the roads in Lymington to be evacuated.

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A Lymington firefighter who did not want to be named said they were knocking on doors along with police and the local authorities advising people of the high tide and advising them to evacuate and get belongings off the ground.

He said they were expecting significant flooding from 9pm onwards with high tide at 11pm.

They would also be helping to put sandbags out he said.

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In Lymington, PC Paul Boulton, from Hampshire Constabulary's Marine Unit, said: "We're advising people to evacuate due to the potential flood which we're expecting this evening - to evacuate as a precaution."

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Sandbags outside the Ship Inn in Lymington.

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Police knocking on door on Quay Road in Lymington, telling residents they have to evacuate.

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Justyn Bird, manager at Musto clothing shop in Lymington. He has moved stock to the back of the shop and put out sandbags to try and stop the water coming in.

He said: "There's nothing we can do. I have put sandbags up and hopefully it doesn't get up here.

"Someone came down and said there would be a high tide at 11pm and there's a risk of a surge, that's about all I have been told."

He said the shop had not flooded in the 11 years he had been there, but has moved stock back and off the ground as much as possible.

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The rainfall expected at 7pm this evening, from the Met Office:

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Perry Letcher, owner of Peter Jackson estate agents in Lymington, said he was in the premises next door which was flooded in 1989.

But he said since then the flood defences had been put in and he said he would be surprised if they were breached.

Mr Letcher said he had put up the flood board, had moved computers and important files upstairs and had rung around clients to let the, know the situation and one was even coming back from London.

"We're pleased to see the fire brigade, the Environment agency and everyone else," he said.

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Independent county councillor Jacqui England, who owns the Truly Scrumptious shop near Town Quay in Lymington, said she was waiting for sandbags to arrive.

She said: "We can't do any thing about it the rate that it's coming in.

"This is not looking good, I've lived here all my life and it's not looking good.

"The rate it's it's been coming while we've been standing here.

"It's coming in fast and it's got the wind behind it."

She said although stock is baked fresh she had freezers that could not be moved.

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Over 100 passengers have been stranded on a train due to the flooding.

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This is a visualisation of the storm currently battering the UK and Ireland, made using three supercomputers at earth.nullschool.net

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A LORRY has been overturned on Morestead Road close to the Owslebury crossroads due to high winds.

Hampshire Police have urged people to take extra care in this area and expect delays.

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WORKS in the River Itchen by Easton have so far been a success according to Cllr Kim Gottlieb.

The water level at the bridge has dropped by 5cm from midday yesterday, to midday today, and the water flow rate has been reduced by approximately 80 per cent.

5:06pm

This was the scene at Newbridge Road near Cadnam where a flood water coming from a field next to the road overflowed onto the road causing the road to be up to four foot deep in flood water.

Many cars turned back, while some braver drivers in vans and range rovers slowly drove through the water.

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This is the rainfall over Hampshire at 4pm today.

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This is the scene in Woolston Road in Netley Abbey.

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Two roads in Netley Abbey are blocked by floodwater running off fields.

Woolston Road is shut in both directions near the Ingleside junction as a 20ft long stretch of water creeps towards homes.

Some Motorists are braving their way through water blocking Grange Road while others are turning around.

The water had created a large stream on farmland near the campsite with horses drinking from it.

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Homes in the North Walls area of Winchester have not yet been evacuated but this is the water level nearest to the properties.

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Light Dragoons helping out on Stockbridge Road near Romsey.

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In Southampton, properties in the areas of Woodmill and Mansbridge should remain prepared for flooding and for flooding impacts to become worse through to the weekend.

The next high tide is at 10.54pm this evening.

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These are the roads in Eastleigh currently affected by flooding, from Hampshire Country Council. Closed roads are in bold.

  • Mortimers Lane between Stroudwood Lane and Winchester Rd, Upham - passable with care
  •     Moorgreen Road, West End outside allotments - half carriageway flooded
  •     Bubb Lane,West End between Burnetts Lane and Tollbar Way - passable with care
  •     Quob Lane, West End north of M27 - passable with care
  •     Wide Lane northbound carriageway passable with care
  •     Stoneham Lane - cycleway flooded
  •     Stoneham Lane closed between M27 & junction 5 and Chestnut Ave - Monks Brook is high
  •     Satchell Lane, Hamble between Windsock Corner and Hamble Village - running water on carriageway but passable
  •     School Lane, Chandlers Ford - flooded but passable with care
  •     Padwick Close, Basingstoke - passable with care

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These are the roads in Fareham currently affected by flooding, from Hampshire Country Council. Closed roads are in bold.

 

  •   Bridge Street, Titchfield - River Meon high level - but road open at present

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These are the roads in Gosport currently affected by flooding, from Hampshire Country Council. Closed roads are in bold.

  •     Park Road - tidal - currently at risk
  •     Stokes Bay Road - tidal  - currently at risk
  •     Privett Road - River Alver is high - currently at risk

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These are the roads in New Forest currently affected by flooding, from Hampshire Country Council. Closed roads are in bold.

  • A338 Fordingbridge Bypass: ongoing with pump and lights
  •     A338 Upper Burgate
  •     Thatchers Lane Sopley - closed and impassable
  •     Derritt Lane between Bransgore and Sopley - closed
  •     Palace Lane, Beaulieu: tidal flooding - passable most times
  •     Lepe Foreshore Road: tidal flooding
  •     Breamore, Flood Street: closed
  •     Green Lane, Ringwood  - affected by flooding
  •     Fryern Court Road: closed
  •     Dragon Lane, Kingston - affected by floding
  •     Linford Road, Poulner - affected by floodingr
  •     Kingsbury Lane Ringwood  - affected by flooding
  •     Spencer Road, New Milton - afected by flooding
  •     North Ripley Road, Ripley - affected by flooding
  •     C49 Ringwood Rd, North Ripley - affected by flooding
  •     Tile Barn Lane, Brockenhurst - affected by flooding
  •     South Sway Lane, Sway  passable with care
  •     Coombe Lane, Sway
  •     Quay Road o/s Ship Inn, Lymington: tidal flooding
  •     Long Lane Marchwood - affected by flooding
  •     Bat and Ball Public House, Breamore - The Marsh by the school - Road flooded
  •     Sopley School, Ripley - Ripley Crossroads is impassable
  •     Picket Close, Fordingbridge - partial closure
  •     Butts Ash Lane / Butts Ash Close, Hythe - passable with care
  •     B3055 Marlpit - closed for bridge works
  •     C25 Romsey Road, Awbridge - closed for highway works
  •     U137 Newbridge Road, Cadnam - closed - collapsed road due to flooding
  •     Balmer Lawn Rd, Brockenhurst - Closed  under the rail bridge due to flooding

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These are the roads in Test Valley currently affected by flooding, from Hampshire Country Council. Closed roads are in bold.

  •     Biddesden Bottom rd, Appleshaw: closed
  •     Cocum road, Barton Stacey: closed
  •     Greatbridge Road, Romsey: closed
  •     Fishlake Meadows, Romsey: closed
  •     Winchester Road, Kings Somborne: closed
  •     New lane, Kings Somborne: closed
  •     Village street, Chilbolton: closed
  •     Barton Stacey: flooded, but residents have diverted the flow of water from the stream using sandbags across the road from the A30. Access blocked from this direction by the sandbags
  •     High Street, Shipton Bellinger - passable with care
  •     Watery Lane, Shipton Bellinger - passable with care
  •     Bulford Road, Shipton Bellinger - passable with care
  •     Romsey Budds Lane: impassable and closed
  •     Romsey A3057: closed between the Dukes Head Public House and Greatbridge Road at the rail bridge
  •     Stockbridge Town Centre - flooding - passable with care
  •     Watery Lane, Upper Clatford - road impassable and closed between Norman Court Lane and Village Street

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Ozmosis says

Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh closed due to flooding

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These are the roads in Winchester currently affected by flooding, from Hampshire Country Council. Closed roads are in bold.

  •     Spring Vale Road/Lovedean Lane, Kingsworthy - impassable and closed to all traffic
  •     Down Farm Lane, Headborne Worthy  - closed
  •     Park Avenue, Winchester - closed
  •     Water Lane, Winchester - closed
  •     Hambledon village - B2150 West Street / East Street is closed from Cams Hill junction to Dog Kennel Lane. Included within the closure is Green Lane where there is a hard closure at Stewarts Green
  •     Hursley village surface water but passable with care
  •     Exton village- surface water - passable with care
  •     A272 Bramdean - closed to through traffic - closure from Chilcomb to West Meon Hut
  •     Cheriton village - surface water - passable with care
  •     Micheldever village - Duke St closed from Winchester Rd to junction A33
  •     North Boarhunt village - surface water - passable with care
  •     Tichborne village  - deep water on River Lane - passable with extreme care
  •     Meonstoke village - water on carriageway - passable with extreme care
  •     Bishops Waltham- bottom of Beeches Hill - water on carriageway - passable with extreme care
  •     Dundridge Lane, Bishops Waltham - closed
  •     B3035 Bishops Waltham at junction with Dundridge Lane - water on carriageway - passable with care
  •     Owslebury Bottom - road closed due to deep water
  •     Andover Rd North, Winchester Harestock Road to 3 Maids Hill  - roundabout by entrance to Army barracks closed
  •     Hensting Lane, Fishers Pond - flooding - closed
  •     Hazeley Road, Twyford - closed
  •     Morestead Road - passable with extreme care at junction with Hazeley Road
  •     Old Station Road between Kingsworthy and Stoke Charity - passable with care
  •     Wonston Road between Sutton Scotney and Stoke Charity - passable with care

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Residents in Sutton Scotney are describing “flash floods”.

Yesterday soldiers helped to build sandbank barriers after the The Post Office, the Coach and Horses pub, and several cottages flooded.

Jo Phillips, of Witts Cottage, said: “It came up to my ankle. It was a bit scary and you just do not know how fast it was going to keep coming up.”

Clive Wilson, 50, of Pear Tree Cottage, which was one of the worst affected buildings, said: “It's very sad, I must say. My wife is very upset about the whole thing. It's not a nice feeling.

“It is exceptional circumstances but as a village we have got to allow for that and work to the worst case scenario.”

Winchester City Council's head of new homes delivery, Andrew Palmer, has been assigned to the village to support and liaise with the control in Winchester.

“I was out here in the morning and the water just came up in no time. It was just 'whoosh!' Staggering, really,” he said.

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This is the full warning from the Environment Agency.

The time and date of high water is 23:02 on Friday 14/02/2014.

The total forecast high water is 2.40 mAOD, which is the equivalent of 4.38 mCD. The wind is Force 10 South westerly.

This warning is being issued as a precautionary measure. Forecast tide levels are significant and will be very close to the top of the sea wall which protects most of Lymington and Keyhaven.

Some wave overtopping of the sea wall may occur at high water tonight. Most of the properties located behind the sea wall should be well protected behind the defence.

Our river defence scheme will also be operated. This includes closing the gate across the toll bridge to stop any water flowing down Waterloo Road. Our staff will be at Town Slip near the Ship Inn pub to over pump the water.

The fire service are also providing pumps. Properties at Town Slip remain at greatest risk if the pump cannot cope with ingress of tide water. Water could be half a metre deep in this location if pumping is unsuccessful.

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A severe flood warning has been issued for Lymington and Keyhaven.

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Grange road netley flooded.

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Dozens of portaloos have been delivered to residents in Littleton.

Around 100 houses in North Drive, Pitter Close, Fyfield Way and South Drive were without toilets and washing facilities.

That number is expected to rise to 132 as ground water continues to rise in South Drive.

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The crypt underneath Winchester Cathedral is under a metre of water.

Hampshire Chronicle: Hampshire Flood pictures 2014

This is not due to the river, but rather groundwater seeping in.

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This is the man-made lake between the M3 motorway and the village of Easton, to the north of Winchester.

By flooding the field, the Environment Agency hopes it will prevent the city flooding.

Hampshire Chronicle: Hampshire Flood pictures 2014

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The drains in Test Lane in Southampton are beginning to reach bursting point.

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Traffic management director of the Highways Agency, Simon Sheldon-Wilson, said: “We are constantly monitoring the potential impact of severe weather on our network and are working closely with the Met Office to ensure we have the most up-to-date information to be able to inform drivers.

“We have got extra traffic officers working across the network to deal with any incidents.”

The Met Office has also forecast more rain across the network, with another 15 to 25mm of rainfall expected. The already saturated south of England may experience up to 40mm locally, bringing further flooding issues to the prone areas.

There is a particular risk that high-sided vehicles, caravans and motorbikes could be blown over and the Highways Agency is strongly advising that these types of vehicles are not used during the next few days.

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Hampshire Chronicle: Colden Common Road Closure

Southern Water has confirmed the works previously carried out at Colden Common have been suspended for at least four more weeks.

Main Road, north of Church Lane, had been closed at the start of January for essential water works.

However, as a result of the ongoing flooding problems, Main Road has since partially re-opened to the public.

Colin Wright, principal transport officer for Hampshire County Council, said: “As you may now be aware, the closure of the section of Main Road for works by Southern Water has been suspended for at least four weeks, owing to the need to keep the road open to relieve pressure on the county council’s road network caused by flooding issues elsewhere.

“I have conveyed this information to both Brijan and Stagecoach and can now confirm that bus services 8 and 69 will revert to their normal routes and timetables from February 17. The shuttle buses on each route will cease after close of service on Saturday, February 15. The bus companies are responsible for communicating this more widely to their passengers and will have this in hand.

“School bus operators and schools have also been advised and routes have already returned to normal.

“I will continue to liaise with colleagues at Hampshire County Council and Southern Water regarding the new date for this closure, and with the bus companies regarding any measures that may be necessary for that period. A further update will be provided in advance of the closure taking place.”

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A car battle through floods in Romsey as the rain shows no signs of letting up.

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Traffic management director of the Highways Agency, Simon Sheldon-Wilson, said: “We are constantly monitoring the potential impact of severe weather on our network and are working closely with the Met Office to ensure we have the most up-to-date information to be able to inform drivers.

“We have got extra traffic officers working across the network to deal with any incidents.”

The Met Office has also forecast more rain across the network, with another 15 to 25mm of rainfall expected. The already saturated south of England may experience up to 40mm locally, bringing further flooding issues to the prone areas.

There is a particular risk that high-sided vehicles, caravans and motorbikes could be blown over and the Highways Agency is strongly advising that these types of vehicles are not used during the next few days.

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Greatbridge Road in Romsey.

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Another image of the road block being manufactured in Greatbridge Road.

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In Hambledon, water levels on roads remain high but a drop of 0.8m (2ft 6) in 24 hours was recorded at the borehole at Broadhalfpenny Down on February 14.

An inch of rain is expected to fall today and tonight with a further couple of inches on Sunday and Monday from the forthcoming storms.

Tony Higham , chairman of Hambledon Flood Action Group, said: “We are concerned about the impact of tonight's storm, probably the worst yet, and the potential for power cuts which will be devastating for the properties pumping and relying on the 1000 or so electric pumps to keep homes dry.

"Accordingly I have requested from the Winchester Crisis Centre military manpower to be ready in the Village Hall tonight to help deploy motor driven pumps and generators as I think most of our volunteers will be busy with their own properties if this happens.”

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A CONCRETE blockade stopping access to a Hampshire flood-hit industrial estate was targeted overnight.

The blocks were laid down in Greatbridge Road, Romsey last night after police took the decision that the rising water levels posed a risked to life.

But in the early hours of the morning, one of the concrete blocks was moved, making it possible to drive a vehicle through the barrier.

So this afternoon, the blocks will be filled with sand to make it impossible for the blockage to be moved.

As previously reported, businesses on the industrial estate were left furious when they were given four hours notice yesterday afternoon that the road would be completely shut off.

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Hampshire Chronicle: The last car to go through before the road block is set up in Greatbridge Road.

Hampshire Chronicle: Workers carry equipment and materials in Budds Lane.

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Following up the last tweet from Hampshire police, this happened just a couple of weeks ago in Hampshire.

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This is a shot of The Bournes, just to the north of Andover.

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THis is the current rainfall map for the south, courtesy of the Met Office.

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Hampshire Chronicle: George Hollingbery

Addressing the House of Parliament yesterday, George Hollingbery MP for Meon Valley, said: “Yesterday marked the passage of 40 days and 40 long nights since Hambledon was first flooded by emerging groundwater and no-one has any idea when the flooding will recede.

“Only through the titanic efforts of the local community and responding agencies have many of the houses in the village been saved thus far from inundation.

“But at huge cost to the lives of the residents. Every night they sleep in shifts to monitor their pumps. Every day they wake up wondering if today’s the day they will flood. The village is largely cut off from the rest of the world.

“Mr Speaker, an engineering solution that will avert most of this now nearly biannual flooding has been drawn up and costed but funding remains the sticking point.

“Can I ask the Minister if he will meet with me and potential partner agencies to try and agree a deal and get this vital work done as soon as possible.”

This message was sent out to numerous residents across Hambledon yesterday.

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One Winchester resident, Dan Noakes, 30, said: “Today I am just trying to see if Hampshire Fire, the Environment Agency or council can give us another pump. They cleared the road yesterday and then we have kept the water level down with my pump.

“But because of the sandbags the water is now building up between the houses and the sandbags.”

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Higginz says

I just heard a duck complaining.

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In Winchester's Water Lane, just a river level rise of one foot would be enough to flood the street.

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service's assistant chief, Neil Odin, today said that it would only take a one foot rise in the river level for it spill over the wall onto the road.

He said: “It's 50:50 in Water Lane at the moment. We don't know what's coming and what will happen.

“It would only take the river to rise another foot and the water would be over the main wall, so that is a possibility but we just don't know if that will happen or not.”

“We are working with people as much as we can, not only with resources but also giving them advice.”

11:27am

TROOPS and environment officers will join forces on another groundbreaking plan to battle flooding in Hampshire.

They will use huge sandbags to divert channels of water from Fishlake Stream in Romsey, easing the flow of water into the town.

It follows the unique new flood defence near Winchester, Easton, where two streams of the River Itchen have been partially blocked to divert water onto former water meadows.

Work at the site, just north of the Duke's Head Pub in Great Bridge Road, is due to start at around 2pm today.

Mike O'Neill, an operations manager at the Environment Agency, said today: “It's critical now. We're all working really hard and levels are lower, but we're expecting another 35ml of rain. On top of what we've already had, that is critical now.

“Winchester and Romsey are the areas we're really focused on because they have the greatest number of houses and we encourage people to take action themselves too, to protect their own property,” he said.

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Winchester City Council has confirmed they have distributed a total of 15,000 sandbags in preparation for those areas most affected by the flooding.

Details about where to buy sandbags can be found by visiting the Winchester City Council website.

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As communities across Hampshire deal with and prepare for more flooding here are 17 photos of flooding across the county over the last 100 years.

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This Winchester resident is concerned about levels of collected rainfall on pavement which is quickly rising.

Here he is helped by a firefighter to drain it off.

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Meanwhile, similar action was being taken in Romsey last night:

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In Winchester, the newly erected flood defences seem to be working, wih the water level down by almost a foot in some places.

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Two phase UK weather today. Heavy rain at times in the day for many areas, but strongest winds in the south this evening and overnight.

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10:18am Fri 14 Feb 14

Zexagon says...

10.14. It's raining

10.20 it's raining

10.23 it's raining

10.27 traffic in Southampton grinds to a halt, jacqui rayment says she's off on holiday to sunnier climes
10.14. It's raining 10.20 it's raining 10.23 it's raining 10.27 traffic in Southampton grinds to a halt, jacqui rayment says she's off on holiday to sunnier climes Zexagon
  • Score: 10

10:32am Fri 14 Feb 14

Positively4thStreet says...

At least we'll get to see more of Carol Kirkwood . :0)
At least we'll get to see more of Carol Kirkwood . :0) Positively4thStreet
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11:05am Fri 14 Feb 14

crazyoldman says...

Its giving a link where to buy sandbags from Winchester CC. According to Cameron they should be distributed free and the government would recompense the councils 100%. ???
Its giving a link where to buy sandbags from Winchester CC. According to Cameron they should be distributed free and the government would recompense the councils 100%. ??? crazyoldman
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11:26am Fri 14 Feb 14

crazyoldman says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
At least we'll get to see more of Carol Kirkwood . :0)
All of the BBC girls are fantastic. Bill Turnbull must think he's in heaven.:-)
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: At least we'll get to see more of Carol Kirkwood . :0)[/p][/quote]All of the BBC girls are fantastic. Bill Turnbull must think he's in heaven.:-) crazyoldman
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11:31am Fri 14 Feb 14

Higginz says...

I just heard a duck complaining.
I just heard a duck complaining. Higginz
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2:31pm Fri 14 Feb 14

Mary80 says...

So when should we start building an Ark, find a bloke called Noah and start loading it with 2 of every animal?
So when should we start building an Ark, find a bloke called Noah and start loading it with 2 of every animal? Mary80
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2:34pm Fri 14 Feb 14

Block41row0sfc says...

Grange road netley flooded.
Grange road netley flooded. Block41row0sfc
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3:06pm Fri 14 Feb 14

Ozmosis says...

Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh closed due to flooding
Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh closed due to flooding Ozmosis
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3:40pm Fri 14 Feb 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

"Budd Lane,West End between Burnetts Lane and Tollbar Way - passable with care"? Should this read Bubb Lane?
"Budd Lane,West End between Burnetts Lane and Tollbar Way - passable with care"? Should this read Bubb Lane? OSPREYSAINT
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8:14pm Fri 14 Feb 14

WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER. says...

its the floating effluent that will cause major health hazards.
its the floating effluent that will cause major health hazards. WILLIAM HAGUES TWIN BROTHER.
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11:24pm Fri 14 Feb 14

Pixelle says...

Mansbridge Road just past the White Swan is closed in both directions. A bus and two cars got stuck in the flood waters around 8pm tonight.
Mansbridge Road just past the White Swan is closed in both directions. A bus and two cars got stuck in the flood waters around 8pm tonight. Pixelle
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12:42am Sat 15 Feb 14

SteveinTotton says...

I hear the sea has reached Hargreaves Cycles on Totton with the high tide making entry into Totton difficult.
I hear the sea has reached Hargreaves Cycles on Totton with the high tide making entry into Totton difficult. SteveinTotton
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