PICTURES and VIDEO - Exeter hit by floods

PUBLISHED: 12:57 27 November 2012

Flooding around Exeter Quayside. Picture by www.alextoze.com. Ref exe 7506 Exeter floods

Flooding around Exeter Quayside. Picture by www.alextoze.com. Ref exe 7506 Exeter floods

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Local film maker Adam Rennolds and photographer Alex Toze capture the havoc caused by flooding around Exeter.

Exeter suffered badly from the recent flooding with the quayside becoming inpassable to pedestrians in places.

Transport was also badly affected with trains delayed and bus routes altered. A woman was also killed by a falling tree on Western Way.

Local film maker Adam Rennolds and photographer Alex Toze caught the drama on camera. See the gallery of images by clicking the link above and watch the video below.

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