Addenbrooke's Hospital A&E 'fully-functioning' after flood

The accident and emergency department at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge has reopened fully after it was badly affected by flooding on Wednesday.

A hot water pipe leak in the resuscitation and assessment area "severely affected" capacity and ambulances had to be diverted.

Patients were also asked to use alternatives such as their GP.

A spokesman confirmed the department was now fully-functioning and added: "It's business as usual."

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