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400 people leave homes in Rhyl after flooding

5 December 2013 Last updated at 19:20 GMT

Flooding in north Wales has forced 400 people to leave their homes.

In Rhyl, Denbighshire - one of the worst-hit areas - evacuees are being cared for at the town's leisure centre, and 400 properties are without power.

Many were ferried to safety by the RNLI and emergency services.

Aled Hughes reports for BBC Wales Today.

Flooding forces 400 to leave homes

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