North-east Scotland warned of risk of further flood damage

Associated Press: Residents in parts of north-east Scotland have been advised to prepare for “residual impacts” from the recent floods after heavy rain caused record river levels and severe flooding. Dozens of homes were evacuated in Inverurie, Port Elphinstone and Ellon in Aberdeenshire as the swollen river Don sent flood waters racing down the streets on Thursday night and Friday morning. The river Ythan has also breached its banks, prompting the emergency services to mount an operation to rescue residents. The......

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