Wales flooding: St Asaph's clean-up operation begins

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A charity fund is being set up for flood victims in the small north Wales city of St Asaph, where a woman died and over 400 properties were deluged.

First Minister Carwyn Jones has met families and volunteers and inspected the damage caused when the river Elwy burst its banks due to heavy rain.

Matthew Richards reports from St Asaph and spoke to the city's deputy mayor, Peter Scott, who said the events were incredible.

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