Hundreds of fish rescued from River Severn flood plains


A team from the Environment Agency has been rescuing hundreds of fish left stranded by receding floodwater in Worcestershire.

Bream and Carp are among the fish that have got stuck on Ham Meadows near Upton on Severn after being washed up when the River Severn flooded last week.

A tanker is being used to transport the fish back to the River Severn.

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