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Buckskin residents face sewage in streets after flooding

10 February 2014 Last updated at 20:09 GMT

Several water gauges along the River Thames have measured record levels as flood waters continue to rise.

Several severe flood warnings are in place along a stretch of the river in Berkshire.

Residents in Buckskin, west of Basingstoke, have said recent flooding has led to some sewers overflowing and leaving raw sewage in the streets.

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