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Gloucestershire floods: Crews take food to cut-off homes

11 February 2014 Last updated at 23:33 GMT

More than 50 properties have been flooded in Gloucestershire with experts warning water levels will continue to rise by up to 30cm (12in).

Fourteen flood warnings are in place around the River Severn in Tewkesbury and Gloucester as well as on the River Wye at Lydbrook.

The BBC's Steve Knibbs has been out with volunteer boat crews delivering food to communities completely cut off from normal life.

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