Marines laying sandbags in Somerset
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Marines begin Somerset flood defence duties

Men from 40 Commando Royal Marines have begun their first duties in flood-hit Somerset, laying sandbags near the banks of the River Tone.

The BBC's Jon Kay spoke to Captain Tristan Stewart, where the Marines are building up the flood defences at Stanmore Bank near Althelney.

  • 06 Feb 2014
  • From the section UK
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