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North Wales coastline escapes more flooding overnight

6 December 2013 Last updated at 08:05 GMT

Around 400 people in north Wales have been forced to spend the night away from their homes following the worst tidal surge in decades.

Rhyl in Denbighshire was one of the worst hit areas and rest centres were set up in the town's leisure centre.

Lifeboat crews from south Wales were drafted in to help colleagues in the north amid fears coastal areas could be hit for a second time in 24 hours.

But emergency services have reported a mostly quiet Friday morning so far.

Chris Dearden spoke to Oliver Hides from Kinmel Bay in Conwy.

Coast escapes fresh floods overnight

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