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More rain expected in flooded villages

7 February 2014 Last updated at 19:06 GMT

Another 16 flood warnings have been issued across Kent, Surrey and Sussex by the Environment Agency as residents continue to clear up after earlier heavy rainfall.

In the Canterbury district alone, 9,000 sandbags have been handed out to residents preparing for another night of dowpours and rising waters.

South East Today reporter Yvette Austin spoke to Tom Canning and Barry Stevens in Patrixbourne, Russell Howlett, landlord of the Plough and Harrow in Bridge and Grove Ferry flood victim Row Newing.

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