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Praise for emergency services after Rhyl floods

6 December 2013 Last updated at 17:09 GMT

Some Rhyl residents have been rehoused after streets were flooded with sea water caused by a storm surge.

Denbighshire council has found accommodation for 35 people as others made their own arrangements.

ScottishPower says 350 properties are still without electricity.

Rail services are still affected including a section of track along the Dee estuary at Mostyn, Flintshire, where more than 200m of sea wall collapsed onto the line.

Natural Resources Minister Alun Davies, who has visited people in the worst affected areas, praised the work of the emergency services and the council.

Clear-up begins as people rehoused

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